Review: Lost Sector
Take to the dangerous streets of the near-future city of Broxton and fight for your life in Lost Sector, a Free To Play tactical game set in the year 2035. Explore the city alone or with friends to improve your ranking or to capture sectors for your clan in hard-fought PVP battles.
Combat in Lost Sector is turn-based, and you’ll have a wide variety of weapons and skills at your disposal. You’ll have to utilize cover and the best tactics, and coordinate with your allies in multi-player battles to succeed and claim Broxton for your own!
Excellent quality of graphics combined with low system requirements. Lots of tactical possibilities! Completely free movement in combat, with multiple floors, roofs, and stairs. Also, there is the most accurate simulation of the bullet's trajectory and their interAction with the environment. Use the environment obstacles as cover.
Lost Sector Gameplay
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Lost Sector Key Features
- COOPERATIVE MODE
- Exclusive 3D engine
- CLAN BATTLES
- MANY WEAPONS AND EQUIPMENT
Lost Sector Media
Minimum System Requirements
OS: Windows XP 32-bit
Processor: Celeron E1500 Dual-Core 2.2GHz / Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4800+
Memory Ram: 2GB
Hard Disk Space: At least 5GB of free Space
Video Card: GeForce GT 330 / Radeon HD 3600 Series