Gangstar New Orleans OpenWorld review
June 25, 2021
Gangstar New Orleans OpenWorld
It is therefore clear that even the best and most interesting games have to find a way to develop themselves, otherwise the appeal for them wanes. Unfortunately we had a little crisis in Gangstar New Orleans. This is the sixth game in Gameloft's popular open world series for mobile platforms.
The game feels like an excellent reflection of the city's unique history and culture. After all, New Orleans really sticks to its mythology. The city's French roots, slave traders, and many other original moments in history are honored in the game. The French Quarter is particularly impressive.
On the one hand, people criticize the graphics of Gangstar New Orleans, on the other hand, owners of weak or old devices are happy about how smoothly the game runs. After all, an open world game with better graphics and even for mobile devices is actually very difficult.
Gangstar New Orleans is a free game for iOS and Android with in-game purchases, thanks to which the progress of development is accelerated and some things can even brag about in global chat, although it sounds quite strange in 2017. Indeed, many products are expensive and not everyone can afford them.
Otherwise, Gangstar New Orleans is a classic Gameloft game that brings absolutely nothing new to the series, but is well made and will definitely find its fans.