Project Shield’s hardware runs the game well.
Nvidia’s Project Shield was announced last year to a bit of negative press, because the handheld market isn’t doing too well. The system is capable of playing visually immersive games.
ARMA tactics was shown playing on the device and it runs well. There are smoke effects and other things that make it a bit better than the usual phone games we see nowadays.
The game is being developed by Bohemia Interactive for mobile devices and the game “is a turn-based close-combat strategy game, where the player takes control of a four-member Special Forces team. There are no given strategies, rails to move on, or paths to follow; it‘s up to the player to decide how he will play through both the story-driven missions and generated missions with randomized objectives.”
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