Darkflow Software and Gaijin Entertainment have released CRSED: Cuisine Royale, a mobile version of the online shooter CRSED: FOAD According to the authors, Cuisine Royale retains all the key advantages of the original.
CRSED users engage in battles of survival as they control heroes, each with unique supernatural powers, such as time manipulation and turning into a beast. In battle, you can find and use many types of firearms and melee weapons, as well as collect the souls of fallen enemies and perform mystical rituals for them, such as summoning zombies and setting traps.
Cuisine Royale uses the Dagor engine, developed by Gaijin and used in most of the company’s projects. The creators of the mobile CRSED previously ported the original to the Nintendo Switch – this experience was useful to them when preparing the mobile version.
CRSED: Cuisine Royale is available on Google Play. Requires Android 9 operating system or later. Details about the project can be found on the official website.
Recall that the original CRSED appeared in 2018 as a parody of the royal battle genre – then it was called just the same Cuisine Royale. The April Fool’s joke gradually evolved into an independent project and at the end of 2020 changed its name to CRSED: FOAD
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