Rogue Company Elite Android Pre-Registration Is Here

Feature image for our Rogue Company Elite Android news. It shows a screenshot from the game, with the player moving around and reloading a weapon.

Rogue Company Elite, the Android version of the team shooter Rogue Company, has entered pre-registration, and there are a few rewards up for grabs.

There are some incentives for signing up ahead of time. First Watch Games has released a reward ladder that will net all players exclusive rewards at the global launch, if enough people pre-register via the official website.

The rewards kick off with an animated avatar, move up to an animated banner, and then go onto skins. There’s potential to unlock a Bubblegum Reaper weapon wrap further up, and on reaching the full total, an epic Ronin skin, Venomous Ronin, will be available for all players. 

Not A Port, A Full Remake

The Rogue Company Elite Android version isn’t simply a port of the PC and console game. The devs have rebuilt the third-person shooter from the ground up with mobile play in mind, so we can hopefully look forward to a good performance.  

The developer hasn’t named a release date yet, though we probably won’t have long to wait.

The original Rogue Company is a team-based, third-person shooter following the adventures of Rogue Company. They’re an organization of mercenaries who take on the government and special interest groups to fight major threats to society. 

Join A Merry Band Of Murderers

The fact that they’re more-or-less doing the right thing doesn’t necessarily mean the Rogues are community-minded boy scouts though. They’re a mean selection of killers, hackers, field experts and all-round weirdos who just happen to be extremely good at what they do.  

Gameplay is multiplayer and team-based. You’ll need to support the other members of your squad, complete objectives, and send anyone in your way to meet their maker. Different characters have different skills, so diversity is going to be a good thing. 

Shooters not really your thing? Check out our list of the best new Android games this week for some slightly less intense choices.

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