MicroVolts adding Zombie mode next week
A new mode for the MMOTPS MicroVolts will hit servers on May 5.
The mode, called Zombie Mode, lets players become a Zombie Toy. These Toys can hunt players that are uninfected, and try to infect them; while uninfected players must defend themselves with a limited supply of ammo. The update will also let players compare their stats with each other, and will soon introduce achievements.
MicroVolts is published by Rock Hippo Productions.
MicroVolts Gameplay Screenshot
MICROVOLTS TO LAUNCH NEW ZOMBIE MODE ON MAY 5th
Even Toys Get Zombified With The Latest “Zombie Mode” For The Cartoon Style Third-Person Shooter
Markham, Canada April 29, 2011 – Rock Hippo Productions Ltd is pleased to announce that its new Zombie Mode for the anime inspired third person MMO shooter, MicroVolts will launch next Thursday, May 5th.
The much-anticipated feature will allow players to become “Zombified”
and take on the role of a Zombie Toy in this popular third-person-shooter currently in open beta. To learn more about the Zombie Mode and to download and play the game for free, players can visit http://www.MicroVolts.com/
With the introduction of Zombie Mode, even toys can become zombies as infected players take on the role of a Zombie Toy with unique abilities to hunt players with uninfected toys. Uninfected players will have all weapons available but may not have as much ammo as they are accustomed to playing with which may leave them vulnerable to a “Zombie Toy.”
In addition to the upcoming Zombie Mode, the MicroVolts online community hub continues to undergo updates to provide players with even more functionality. Players now have the ability to directly compare their stats with friends and any MicroVolts player in the world! In addition, achievements will be coming soon to the Club House along with the ability to share with friends, and competitive players can look forward to future updates taking their game to a whole new level.
“The unique style and variety of modes are some of the main components that make MicroVolts stand out from other shooters and throwing zombies into the mix makes it that much more fun,” said Howard He, President of Rock Hippo Productions. “We also know that the Club House is an important community hub for our players, so we are always striving to update it and give them features that help them interact with their fellow MicroVolts players.”
MicroVolts features fast paced, third person shooter action and pits players against each other in a secret battle that has been waged and going unnoticed right in our own backyard for years. No one knows for sure when or where the first toy declared war but rumor has it that the uprising began with four original limited edition figures, code named MicroVolts. Battle lines were drawn when Naomi, Knox, Pandora, and C.H.I.P.-the prototypes a-were soon joined by an endless number of modified versions. Now, toy figures around the world are engaged in an all-out war for valuable battery resources and supremacy of the Micro World. All we can do now is stay out of their way and wait for a champion to be declared!
With a ton of weapons, inventive character designs, and a huge list of customization features, MicroVolts is destined to invigorate and re-energize the Free2play space. Intuitive controls and a third person view make the game easy to play and fun for both newcomers and veterans of shooter games. Game modes include Free for ALL, Team Deathmatch, Item Match, Capture the Battery, and many more featuring various maps designed by toy concept. For more information about MicroVolts please visit www.MicroVolts.com
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