Earn to Die Rogue Brings Zombie Smashing Carnage to Android and iOS Next Week

Earn to Die Rogue Brings Zombie Smashing Carnage to Android and iOS Next Week
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Wheeling and Death Dealing

Not Doppler, the Sydney-based studio, has exciting news for mobile gamers. Earn to Die Rogue is set to launch on Android and iOS on Thursday, May 9. Get ready to experience the thrill of this highly anticipated game! The newest addition to the zombie-smashing diving series introduces a fresh twist with its rogue-lite platformer gameplay.

The new game includes 15 challenging platforming stages filled with hordes of zombies. Players will navigate through various locations such as malls, warehouses, and military bunkers. Players have the opportunity to equip their character with an impressive selection of over 25 pieces of equipment and more than 30 different powerups. The gear available in Earn to Die Rogue includes a variety of weapons, ranging from basic pistols to powerful shotguns, as well as advanced energy weapons and even jetpacks.

Earn to Die Rogue Brings Zombie Smashing Carnage to Android and iOS Next Week

By delving into these levels, players can unlock a plethora of upgrades for the game’s five vehicles. These upgrades will greatly enhance their performance in Earn to Die Rogue’s Driving Mode. Among them are a high-performance vehicle, a mobile eatery, and even a futuristic mode of transportation. Driving sections also enable players to unlock new character rewards, completing the experience.

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Earn to Die Rogue also includes daily missions and a Heat Mode that offers extra challenges for seasoned players.

Not Doppler has recently expanded its game offerings to include Android devices. However, it has been almost ten years since the release of Earn to Die 2 for iOS in 2015. According to the studio, the previous game achieved the top spot on the iOS paid charts in an impressive 135 countries. Meanwhile, the version available for free on Google Play has been downloaded over 160 million times.

The new game is available for free on Android and iOS, and offers a range of in-app purchases at different price points. Fans can now pre-register on Google Play and the App Store. Additionally, make sure to stay tuned for our upcoming Hardcore Droid review.

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