After its announcement at E3 2019 yesterday, Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad is finally rumored to be released in the near future. Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad is a role-playing game that you can play on the Android and iOS platforms for free-to-play. But on the Twitter post, Ubisoft said “coming soon in Google Play”. So that iOS users must be patient longer to play this game. Regarding the exact date of release, Ubisoft replied that this year will be released in stages. But Ubisoft did not provide information on which countries would be chosen for the first release.

Interestingly, this game combines characters from Tom Clancy’s other games such as Rainbow Six, Splinter cell, Ghost Recon and The Division. You are welcome to choose five characters into the team to play in story mode or online PVP. In December 2019 yesterday, Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad announced the entry of Dokkaebi into the game. Currently, you can follow the pre-register to get exclusive characters.

Maybe you would think this game genre is a first person shooter. But Ubisoft introduced this game as a 5v5 dynamic battle role-playing game. Looking at the gameplay, Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad uses cartoon-style character designs. Looks different from other Tom Clancy’s games that have realistic designs. You can control the character being played to be attacked and issue skills. You can also upgrade the characters that you have in this game. Each character also has its own skills and weapons that you can use according to strategy.

Different in design and game genre, Ubisoft like to avoid competition with giants namely Call of Duty Mobile and PUBG Mobile. Because, Ubisoft must enter the market that is already controlled by others. PUBG Mobile alone has 50 million users who play every day. Call of Duty Mobile alone won 100 million downloads in the first week of launch. Regarding this matter, Ubisoft answered his decision in choosing this genre is “to give Tom Clancy’s game fans the chance to play their favorite characters both heroes or villains in one game.”

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