Home » Technology » Rogue Heist: India’s first native shooter game launched by MPL

Rogue Heist: India’s first native shooter game launched by MPL

India’s largest mobile gaming platform Mobile Premier League (MPL) has partnered with Mumbai based game developer Lifelike studios to launch rogue heist. It is India’s first virtual multiplayer online shooter game which is now on MPL app.

Rogue heist is developed by Lifelike studios and supported Bollywood actor, director and producer Arbaaz Khan.

Shubh Malhotra, Co-founder of MPL said, “Rogue Heist is a very exciting and engaging game and we are glad that it is launching exclusively on MPL, even before the Google Play Store. The graphics, gameplay, and therefore the overall experience is top-notch and our users are getting to have the time of their lives, participating during a virtual cash heist. Lifelike Studios has done an excellent job optimising the sport for our platform and that we anticipate to working with them to require Esports to all or any corners of the country.”

Not only Shubh Malhotra commented but also Ashish Beuria, CEO of Lifelike studios said that “MPL has been our first choice for collaboration from the beginning. With the chance of exclusively launching on MPL (for real money awards), I’m happy that we overcame many challenges by deep collaboration between both our teams. The biggest challenge was to scale back the dimensions of the sport from 1.5 GB to 450 MB for MPL users while still having the ability to supply truth Rogue Heist experience. As this is often a live game, we plan on providing constant updates to stay MPL users engaged,”

Arbaaz Khan also said few things on this new project of them, “Rogue Heist will be a game-changer, which is made in India. Our team is basically excited and happy to launch the Esports version of Rogue Heist on MPL, because it gives us the chance to interact with their massive player base and geographical reach all over India and Indonesia, while at the same time providing an exciting, edge-of-the-seat shooting game experience to MPL players,”

Scroll to Top