Gameloft today released a major title Gangstar Rio: City of Saints for iOS compatible devices including iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Android version is coming very soon. As the third chapter to the popular Gangstar franchise, Gangstar Rio: City of Saints offers players a completely new experience as they explore the city of Rio de Janeiro with fully rendered 3D indoor environments, new customization options, and an open-world setting filled with a number of missions to complete and areas to explore. Here is more info:
Whether killing corrupt politicians, protecting witnesses, delivering special packages, or stealing cars as you try to track down the villain that tried to kill you and left you for dead, players can now explore a more immersive experience with fully rendered 3D indoor environments, new customization options, and an open-world setting filled with a number of missions to complete and areas to explore.
A complete list of features includes:
· See Rio… and fight – For the first time in a sandbox game, players can explore the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Discover 5 different neighborhoods including the favelas, business district, beaches and jungle. · It’s a long way to the top – Enjoy over 60 varied missions to complete, along with dozens of random events to help provide hours of fun. · Say hello to my little friends – Access a wide range of weapons like handguns, rifles, bazookas and grenades as well as a new local specialty, the Explosive Football. Also drive dozens of vehicles including planes, helicopters, cars, motorbikes and a tank. · Have it your way – Customize your character. Unlock and collect numerous shirts, pants, hats, glasses and more. · Enter the real Brazil – Thanks to various radio channels, enjoy listening to broadcasted hip-hop, electro and funk music with several licensed tracks: o World Town - M.I.A. o Office Boy - Bonde do Role o Lingua de Tamanduá - MV Bill
Gangstar Rio: City of Saints is currently available on the App Store for $6.99, while the Android version is set to be released later this month.