Microsoft launches 'Krrish 3' game for phones, PCs
New Delhi: Microsoft launched official 'Krrish 3' game which would be available on Windows tablets, smartphones and laptops. The game is based on Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan-starrer 'Krrish 3' movie releasing next month.
The game has been developed by Hungama Digital Media Entertainment and Gameshastra, Microsoft said in a release.
"The game gives a real taste of all the 'Krrish 3' action with multiple characters, numerous weapons and amazing graphics," the release said.
The game is available for Windows smartphones now, while tablets and PCs users can download it by the end of the week from Windows Store, it said.
Set against the backdrop of Mumbai, the game has six levels, three of which are set in the old city and three in the newer parts of Mumbai.
A user can choose to fight as one of the four movie characters - Krrish, Kaal, Kaaya, and Frogman.
"Krrish 3 is our most ambitious project till date and I want everyone to have the best Krrish experience," Hrithik Roshan said.
Speaking on the release of the game, Amrish Goyal, general manager, Windows Business Group, Microsoft India said, "Over the next few months, Windows users can look forward to many more such exclusive and exciting experiences."
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