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T3 Arena review: Experience an Overwatch like shooter on your mobile

Dive into the chaos and come out on top!

T3 Arena is a 3v3 Arena shooter quite similar to Overwatch. The game features fast-paced action, a bunch of heroes and game modes, and more. Here in this article, we will review T3 Arena and share our first impressions of the game.

T3 Arena feels like a pretty good and polished game. It does have that casual look to it but the gameplay can be quite intense. If you’ve played Overwatch, then you probably will be able to notice quite a few similarities in terms of the visual art style but T3 Arena goes for a third-person perspective instead of a first-person perspective, unlike Overwatch.

Choose your character and go toe-to-toe with your opponents

Starting off with the review, as stated before, T3 arena features fast-paced 3v3 action. Players can unlock and pick heroes (each hero has a signature weapon and different abilities) and then head into game modes like Team Deathmatch, Crystal Assault, Control, Free For All, and more. There’s not much to complain about when it comes to the gameplay.

T3 Arena Game Characters Cover
Image via XD Entertainment

Everything is smooth and although some heroes are better than others or outright OP, skill does matter in this game. Some heroes deliver the hits well while others absorb damage and don’t deal the most damage. That being said though, certain heroes definitely were a little anemic when it came to their skills or weapons. One cool thing is that you can even try out the heroes before unlocking them in a practice range. 

Something to keep in mind is to change your hero before going into matchmaking if you want to try out a new hero. The game unfortunately doesn’t have a menu before the match starts to choose a character and players have to manually do it beforehand. The game allows you to play along with your friends or against them in private rooms as well. 

Engage in fast-paced combat across multiple game modes and maps

Now the game goes for an over-the-shoulder third-person perspective which probably isn’t as good as a first-person perspective, which would fit the game modes and smaller maps better but it’s not too bad to play around with.  The progression was fairly quick in terms of unlocking new heroes and there are 14 of those but it was slower while unlocking newer game modes. 

T3 Arena gameplay shooting
Image via XD Entertainment

One of the issues is that the aim assist and auto fire are really accurate and instantaneous, which makes them an unfair advantage for those using them. Aside from that, there weren’t many other issues. The game ran well even on higher settings on a mid-range device. There weren’t any major game-breaking bugs or glitches during our playthrough. 

The game provides vibrant graphics along with decent controls

The game has a fairly cool-looking Overwatch-themed art style to it. It looks good and vibrant in terms of the visuals and the sound effects are pretty standard. The soundtrack is also pretty cool. At times the game did look a little blurry and low resolution though. The controls are pretty decent and there weren’t any issues in using them. The UI is pretty clean and fits in well with the overall style of the game. 

T3 Arena shooting
Image via XD Entertainment

No adverts but IAPs do exist including the Premium Pass

The game doesn’t have any ads but it does have in-app purchases. With real money, you can buy in-game currency that can be used for crates, upgrading your heroes, and the premium pass, which gives you a bunch of stuff including crates and cosmetics as you progress through the game. This pass isn’t exclusively for those paying and has a lot of free stuff as well.

Final Verdict

The game is a pretty good title overall with quite a bit of content to enjoy. The gameplay is enjoyable and addicting, it looks nice visually and there are very few things to complain about. Now the aim assist and auto shoot issue along with some characters not being too good is something to fix up and a first-person perspective would be welcome too. But aside from that, the game provided a great playing experience. 

Another issue that really isn’t the game’s fault was the lack of real players. While the bots aren’t too bad at the game, more real players could make the game more challenging in a fun way. This might have something to do with the fact that the game is in early access only through TapTap for Android.  If you’ve been looking for a game similar to Overwatch, this one is worth a try. It has all the elements required for a fun and serious shooter while also having a casual look to it. 

T3 Arena review by Gamingonphone

Gameplay Mechanics - 8
Graphics and Music - 8.5
Game Optimization - 8
Controls and UI - 8.5
Free-to-Play Elements - 7

8

Good

T3 Arena is a pretty good title overall with quite a bit of content to enjoy. If you’ve been looking for a game similar to Overwatch, this one is worth a try.

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