Star Wars: Rivals is an upcoming third person shooter

Star Wars: Rivals is an upcoming third person shooter

Heros can be swapped in and out of battles at any given time, and there are quite a few to choose from - including Darth Vader, Captain Phasma, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Jyn Erso, Chewbacca, and others. Salacious Crumb versus R2-D2.

For those who are fans of the Star Wars franchise and wouldn't mind playing Star Wars-related games on their mobile devices, you'll be interested to learn that Disney has announced a new game called Star Wars: Rivals, an action shooter title that will be available for both iOS and Android devices. The gameplay is rooted in cover-based PvP skirmishes where players build the ultimate team to challenge opponents in combat arenas. The game also lets players join Guilds, allowing them to climb up the Arena Leaderboards and claim additional rewards. Battling in PvP matches will unlock rare and powerful characters. Additionally, players can enhance special skills like Darth Vader's Choke and Admiral Ackbar's Orbital Strike. Since the game supports cross-platform play, we have a feeling that this could lead to some fun battles.

Utilize Faction Bonuses: Form teams of the same faction like the Rebellion, Empire, First Order, and Underworld to gain faction bonuses for increased damage, health regeneration and more.

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Available now for pre-registration on the Play Store. Users on iOS get access to Rebel Special Forces, the most elite soldiers in the Rebellion if they register now. Thats something even Director Krennic would love.

The game seems to have been built on the same pay-to-win system that now plagues Star Wars Battlefront 2 game, but if you haven't played it yet, here's how Star Wars: Rivals will work.

There is no shortage of Star Wars things these days, especially games, and it looks like we're getting yet another one for Android very soon.

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