After several successful mobile gaming titles, Madfinger Games is making a transition towards PC games. With a new title from the developer announced for 2024, let’s see what hints we can get from their greatest hit—Dead Trigger 2.
What is Dead Trigger 2?
Dead Trigger 2 is one of the most famous zombie FPS titles for mobile platforms. A sequel to the original Dead Trigger, the shooter maintains a similar single-player gameplay style. The highly popular title has received plenty of acclaim and is still available both on the Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store.
Interestingly, there’s also a modded version of Dead Trigger 2 that provides unlimited in-game resources. However, this version isn’t present in the official stores, so you need a guide to get and install it.
Is there a Dead Trigger 3?
Our discussion is centered on Dead Trigger 2 because that game can be considered a jumping-off point for Madfinger’s first PC title. We will explain why in a moment, but first, let’s address one topic: Dead Trigger 2 isn’t the last zombie first-person shooter from the developer’s opus of mobile games.
After acquisition by DECA Games, a game called Unkilled came out. While not officially a continuation of the franchise, this game is a spiritual successor to Dead Trigger, and many fans lovingly dub it Dead Trigger 3.
Can you play Dead Trigger 2 on PC?
Dead Trigger 2 doesn’t have a true PC version. However, you can access the game from your computer using an emulator like Bluestacks. In our experience, most emulators provide smooth gameplay that doesn’t veer too far from the original. Plus, you have the added benefit of playing on a larger screen.
What is Gray Zone Warfare?
Now that we’ve clarified everything about Dead Trigger 2, it’s time to see how Madfinger’s smash hit connects to the upcoming PC game Gray Zone Warfare.
From the first look, it’s clear that several key points are the same between Dead Trigger 2 and Gray Zone Warfare. The PC game is a tactical FPS that can be played solo or within a squad. However, the developer is using the extended capabilities of PC platforms, particularly in terms of graphics and gameplay.
According to Madfinger, Gray Zone Warfare will be more realistic than their previous games. This can be seen in the game’s basic premise: Instead of vanquishing zombies, you play as a member of a private military company and are pitted against regular humans—well, professional military operators, but alive ones, nevertheless!
As you can see, the tactical aspects, as well as FPS mechanics that Madfinger used so well in Dead Trigger 2, are transferred to the PC title. Considering how good those mechanics were in the mobile games, we’re looking forward to seeing what Gray Zone Warfare will look like.
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