Vendetta Online MMORPG Coming on Android

Vendetta Online for AndroidIndependent award-winning game developer, Guild Software, announced that their 3D MMORPG entitled Vendetta Online will make its way to the Google Android Operating System soon. The space-based game is currently being implemented for the mobile processor, NVIDIA Tegra.

CEO of Guild Software, John Bergman, said that they are very excited to be among the first to bring a Windows-Based PC style MMO experience to a low-power mobile platform with an amazing battery life. He also stated that the potential for people to enjoy an engaging multiplayer game while relaxing outside could represent a compelling new use-case for these highly portable devices.

The Vendetta Online MMORPG for Android is currently intended to target the higher performance tablets, smartbooks and netbooks. Vendeta Online for Android also utilizes higher-resolution displays.

Vendetta Online for Android is expected to be released later this year.

For more information visit vendetta-online.com/android.

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