Durango: Wild Lands has officially launched to US Android users

There was something in the air that night, the dinos fight, Durango


One of the arguably larger sandbox MMORPGs to come to mobile gaming — a sentence I never thought I’d type if I’m honest — has officially released to the US. Durango: Wild Lands is now a launch product for Android and Apple phone players in the region, granting a reason to say that you have dinos in your pocket and be deadpan-serious.

The mobile survival sandbox plops you into a dinosaur-loaded landscape where you must survive and build up from nothing, crafting your housing and equipment from the items you find in the open world. You’re certainly encouraged to team up with other players, especially considering that there’s plenty of PvP modes to be had, but Durango also promises PvE content for those who would rather co-operate.

Durango is indeed launching around the world as well, though it isn’t outright being declared a global launch just in case other countries are lagging behind. If all of this sounds good to you, feel free to pick up the title over at the Google Play store or the Apple App store.


source: press release
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