CRSED: Cuisine Royale is a mobile version of the brutal online shooter.

Darkflow Software and Gaijin Entertainment have announced the global launch of CRSED: Cuisine Royale on Android devices, which is set to release in the fall of 2017. It’s a mobile version of the brutal online shooter CRSED: F.O.A.D., which retains all the key virtues of the original game.

CRSED gamers engage in intense battles for survival by controlling Heroes, each of whom has unique supernatural abilities. In combat, you can find and use a variety of firearms and cold weapons, as well as collect the souls of fallen enemies and spend them on mystical rituals, such as summoning zombies and setting traps. CRSED debuted in 2018 as a parody of the “Battle Royale” genre, but has since evolved into an independent project with over 8 million registered users.

The game uses the Dagor engine developed by Gaijin and used in most of the company’s projects, it maximizes the performance of each platform. The developers of the mobile version of CRSED previously ported the project to the Nintendo Switch and used this experience to make the mobile versions look as good as possible.

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