Apple’s pressure-sensitive technology — 3D Touch — has been around since the iPhone 6s. That’s three generations of iPhones now and you’d think that game developers would already be using it by default. Sadly, however, it’s still rare to spot a game that uses 3D Touch, especially one that makes proper use of it, enhancing the gameplay experience. Especially when we are talking about shooter games.
If you think about it, shooters on a mobile device are the genre that benefits most from 3D Touch. The user doesn’t need to lift their right thumb from the screen in order …