The Terminator 2: Judgment Day remake is an official Terminator 2 license, which adds an extra twist to the popular Rules of Survival video game.
There are up to 120 players that will battle it out on an island packed with guns and cars in this game that is openly inspired by PUBG (PlayersUnknown’s Battlegrounds). If there is only one person left standing at the end of the game, they are the sole victor.
In Terminator 2: Judgment Day, the controls are the same as they would be in any other game in this genre.
Your character will be controlled by a virtual control stick on the left hand side of your screen, and on the right hand side of your screen there will be a set of buttons to provide you with the ability to move your character, jump, and crouch low.
Besides all those features, there are also a few buttons that allow you to switch weapons, recharge, go into sniper mode, pick up objects, drive, and a lot more.
The plot of Terminator 2: Judgment Day unfolds pretty much the same way that it would in any regular PUBG match, or pretty much any other Android-based ‘Battle Royale’ game. Upon arriving on an island, players are randomly assigned a parachute and are dropped onto it.
Once you have landed, you should hit the ground running in order to grab as many weapons, armor, and other useful tools as possible as soon as possible.
As you play on this island, the force field continues to shrink, so you’ll be coming into contact with more and more opponents as the game progresses.
It’s undeniable that Terminator 2: Judgment Day is one of the best Battle Royale games available on the market, and it offers players a unique premise along with an enjoyable gaming experience.
Unlike other titles of this genre, you can choose whether or not you would like to play on your own in solo mode, with a friend in 2 players mode, or in a team with other players.