Submitted by GamingDead 1379d ago | news

Turned-Based: Tactical Soldier Undead Rising Adds Hardcore Difficulty, Campaign 2 Coming Soon

Erik Johnson: "Full Control has announced the release of a new update for its refreshing iOS turn-based strategy title Tactical Soldier: Undead Rising, available now for both iPhone and iPad owners. This is no ordinary patch though, it somehow takes care of the present while still having vision for the future.

“The hell?” you say? Well let me tell you. The update brings a new hardcore difficulty for masochists and others looking for a staggering challenge. It also packs prep work for a new campaign the silver-tongued team is calling campaign 2, which is set to arrive sometime later this summer. Additionally, the patch adds more varied zombies as well as other various tweaks and bug fixes." (iPad, iPhone, Tactical Soldier - Undead Rising)

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