• NEW CHARACTERS: Meet the trio – Prometheus, General Korolev and Ludo join the fray.
• NEW WEAPONS: Arm yourself with 5 new firearms and the new Legendary weapon tier that’s ready to raise the bar for destruction!
• NEW MULTIPLAYER MAP: Welcome to the Jungle, where danger hides around every tree.
• NEW SUIT CORES, KILLSIGNS AND SKINS: Unlock the defensive boost and additional perks of these high-tech tools, and let nothing hold you back.
• NEW IN-GAME ACTIVITIES:
Enter the Galactic Theater to get new cards and packs, and replenish resources.
Complete Daily Quests to get more loot.
Swing by the Black Market to collect the cards and gear you need.
• General improvements and fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
What is Gameloft doing??
Personally i don’t like this game, it plays terrible. And i’ve been reading the reviews for this game and almost %100 of your costumers dont like the game either. But everyone loves NOVA3 so my question to you GAMELOFT is WHAT IN THE HELL ARE YOU DOING ???????!!! When instead of working on this trash game that is going no where; you start working on improving Nova3 !!!! Which it is literally the best game I’ve ever played on my phone. But it needs a lot of improvement for example some sort of anti hacking, fixing all the glitches for every map, making the graphics better, maybe new weapons, new maps, ect.....
(This is for multiplayer only, i dont care about the campaign mode) and you should advertise the game which you haven’t done at all!!!! It is almost like Gameloft doesn’t care about their best game ever created. Nova3 could be the Next fortnite if you put some work on it!!!
This is why I try games for myself
So a lot of the reviews here are very unsatisfied-sounding. I’ve been all about nova since the first one. I played the hell out of nova 3 when time allowed at sea. Anyone that has done something similar knows how much it can mean, as far as your choices of games to bring out there, even if you hardly get time to play them. Anyway. I read the reviews from other die-hard nova fans, and I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t worried. But I decided to say screw it and try the game anyway. Not many people will likely agree with me, but I wasn’t disappointed. In fact, I was pleasantly surprised. I’m all about progress leading things in new directions, and we all know game loft excels at keeping with the times. So all things considered, I see this as a sort of anniversary/new experiment that I’m pretty into. No, it’s not a carbon copy of the first nova. I was hoping it wouldn’t be. They said they made improvements, and they did. As I hobby I write, and when I revise a personal story, I’ll change whatever I need to to create what I want the result to be. I see the exact same process here and I’m all for it. Also I have nova 3 downloaded for when the nostalgia is hitting hard, or the WiFi cuts out.
So basically, I don’t think it’s that bad at all, and I’m gonna keep playing. I recommend trying it for yourself before letting other’s opinions be your own
Optimized for iPad
I wish I could rate this twice. Once on my iPad with a high rating. And then a second time with this rating from my phone. However, giving a 5 and saying everything is all good would be a disservice to those playing on a cell phone. I’d rather criticize with a chance of the problem being fixed. That being said. The graphics and gameplay of this game is stellar. I mean think about it. We’re on mobile devices and this is just as fun as when I played call of duty 4 on Xbox 360 as a teenager. It blows my mind. It rly does. There’s rly only one thing that is a major major buzzkill for me. The sensitive settings on a cell phone are unenjoyable. It’s WAY too sensitive. Aiming is just about impossible. I put the sensitivity bar all the way to 0 and it felt as if it literally did nothing. On my iPad it’s perfect. I turn down the sensitivity and aiming with a touch screen is as enjoyable as it could possibly be. Playing on the phone is just about impossible. If I want my avi to take a full 10 seconds to make a complete 360, then via the sensitivity setting, that should be a possibility. That’s what the sensitivity bar is for. If they could patch this and let us ACTUALLY control the sensitivity on this smaller screen that would be so much better. Because then I can play on either device when it’s most convenient. Anyways. If they fix this I have zero problems revising and giving a 5 because it’s playable on multiple devices instead of being locked down to just one.
- 93 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
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- In-App Purchases
- Handful of Trilithium $0.99
- Handful of Trilithium I $1.99
- Handful of Trilithium II $3.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.