Rank Up Games LLC started their fast-paced indoor battle game War In Arms: Prime Forces, a CQB game that is similar to Area F2, about a year ago, and after finally reaching the development phase, the company is ready to release the game next year.
The gameplay of War In Arms: Prime Forces
War In Arms: Prime Forces is a 5V5 competitive multiplayer tactical FPS mobile title with indoor super close-range combat. The game is focused on a squad-based battle where players will join others to team up with various in-game operators that are highly-skilled members of a Special Forces Unit.
It features a rich weapon system along with several game modes including Unranked CQB Modes, Bomb Defuse, etc. Players will have the flexibility to adjust some settings, view and edit some operator loadouts, and view the player stats. Not limited to these only, the developers promised to incorporate more exciting features to the game in its beta.
Expectations from the fans
Close quarter battles are always at the top of the choice list of action lovers. As there are not many titles available for mobile gamers now, this has a large space to grab. But to do that, the game should incorporate things like smooth controls, rich graphics work, fresh experiences, and others that gamers want badly.
The developer claimed it to be a community game. So, based on community feedback, War In Arms: Prime Forces will most likely focus on gameplay. It looks quite similar to Area F2, a hyped game that was a direct clone of Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six Siege. The game was shut down soon after its release last year after a lawsuit was filed by Ubisoft. However, fans won’t be wanting the same thing to happen again.
When will War In Arms: Prime Forces officially release
The game will hit the global market in early 2022. More details of the game can be found on its official website. But before the release, this upcoming close-quarters battle (CQB) will conduct an Alpha test. To keep in touch with the latest updates of the game, visit their Twitter account, or in Discord. Pre-registrations for the Alpha testing (only for Android) are currently live as well in TapTap.