Unturned: Arena Mode Game Review

Unturned: Arena Mode is a fun new battle royale game on Facebook that pits you against waves of enemies and challenges. The player must build an arsenal of weapons, and then use these weapons to destroy the enemy before they reach your base or reach any of the alternates save points on the map. There are five available weapons for the player to collect and arm themselves with for battle.

Based on the video game franchise, Unturned: Arena Mode draws a bit of inspiration from both Grand Theft Auto and Left 4 Dead as well as other first person shooter games such as Call of Duty and Halo. The storyline revolves around a group of teenage girls who decide to rob a bank in order to make some extra money in between home shopping trips. The bank employee that was robbing them was having an extended conversation with his partner, who was filming them at the time. In the course of this, he decided to lure the girls into the bank, and once inside they were attacked by a possessed zombie.

Unturned: Arena Mode Game Review

In the course of the game, players get to choose which female character they would like to fight alongside their co-op partners. This was a great feature, and I have to say that it added quite a bit to the overall gameplay experience. Unfortunately, it also killed the entire joy meter that I used to have while playing on Facebook. This did make the game a little bit more frustrating, but I will say that I still had a lot of fun with it. That said, this didn’t make it a great game to play for those who want to play more competitive games that require gun fights or head on fighting.

Once you have started the game, you immediately start as an Ark hunter. You don’t pick a class, instead, you start out as an Ark who survived the last wave of the infection. You have a flashlight, which you use to see through dark areas and you can’t go into caves without a light. There are other basic necessities you need to survive the harsh environment of Unturned: Arena Mode, such as a working shelter or a weapon of some sort to help you defend yourself from waves of zombies trying to break through your location.

I found the overall gameplay to be lacking, and I suppose that’s what happened with the popularity of WarZoo. I liked the survival part of Unturned: Arena Mode more than I liked the shooting part. However, the bow and arrow part of the gameplay is actually quite fun too, and you can even use the bow and arrow in the PvP mode. The bow and arrow is just another part of the zombie arsenal at your disposal, and like in the original version of the game you get to take three at a time. The bow and arrow don’t have any special effects, so I’m not sure whether they added these or not, but it’s something that seems to be an option if you don’t have a gun.

Despite the less intense gameplay, the reality is that there is still a lot of content in the game. The graphics are clearly inspired by the Halo series, and the motion blur and screen wipes really help make the game look nice and smooth. It’s also possible to see the faces of your friends when they’re in your guild or view their actual deaths on the memorial wall. There is also the option to connect your Facebook account to your Unturned: Arena Mode server so that you can communicate with your guild members who are on the other side of the world. This is a great feature if you ever decide to try out the Fortnite warzones feature, as it makes the game even more social.

Unturned: Arena Mode has some nice graphics, but I am not sure whether or not it captures the intensity of the original game. I think the major difference is the absence of the original’s multiplayer component. I guess this would mean that the game would be a bit smaller and could only support a small number of players, but I am not entirely sure about that myself. Regardless, players can team up and play the same game with each other for added nostalgia. You can also customize your character so that your personality shows through, which is especially fun in the PvE mode. For some people, this would be a good way to get used to playing with the different classes from the base game before moving on to the PvP ones.

If you are planning on playing this battle game with friends, I recommend that you set a friendly game mode that supports up to four players. That way, you can split your time between the different games and never get stuck playing the same maps twice. The game does allow you to customize your character so that it will look exactly like the screenshots you saw, but the truth is that players will not be able to tell the difference at a quick glance. I believe that the real test lies in the crucible, and I hope that I have helped you become a better player by showing you the fastest way to level up and survive in the Unturned: Arena Mode.