Gamigo group – one of the leading gaming companies in Europe and North America – officially announces the takeover of MadByte‘s license for the free-to-play first-person shooter ZULA for North America. The title is already very successful on the European market. It will be part of gamigo’s comprehensive portfolio and is about to start into the open beta testing phase in the USA and Canada.
For all shooter fans who don’t want to miss out on the OBT: As of now, the pre-registration phase for this client-based game is open. More information about the pre-registration can be found here!
‘We are thrilled to add ZULA to our games portfolio and proud to provide another title for the North-American market,’ says Jens Knauber, COO of the gamigo group. ‘With ZULA, we are now able to present an absolute highlight within the FPS genre.
ZULA is a free-to-play first-person shooter with unique locations such as Istanbul, Northern Iraq, and other Middle Eastern places. High-quality graphics enable the player to quickly dive into the world of ZULA. More than 17 different maps invite the player to face up to exceptional challenges and choose between two different fractions. Will it be Zula, a savage group of vigilantes, misunderstood as an organized crime syndicate, or Gladyo, an international, paramilitary group having its hands in nearly all military organizations worldwide?
Selection of features from ZULA
- Small client size
- Great performance with high-quality graphics
- Fast and dynamic gameplay
- 16 distinctive playable characters
- Authentic concept and distinctive content (Fight in real-world locations like Istanbul and Paris)
- Mission System
- Unique Weapon Upgrade System
- E-Sports Ready Tournament System
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