Play this captivating MMOFPS that you’ll be hooked on for countless hours.
Utilize your superior aiming skills to take down your opponents from long ranges.
Enjoy a variety of different game modes, each with its own rules and features.
If a person wants to enjoy a proper MMOFPS experience, they usually have to download a full-fledged client based MMO because, while browser based FPS games are enjoyable, they never seem to deliver the complete shooting experience. Thankfully, though, it seems like Headshot is here to change this. It’s a spectacular browser based shooter game that does an excellent job of bringing the complete first person shooting experience to players without requiring them to download large clients.
Even though the game is quite solid overall, Headshot lacks one thing and that particular thing is a tutorial sequence. Due to the lack of tutorial, you’ll have to figure things out on your own during the first few minutes of play. Fortunately, the game keeps simple and straightforward when it comes to shooting mechanics so, as long as you stick with it, you’ll be able to get the hang of things by your own in a matter of minutes.
Onto the actual gameplay, Headshot is nothing short of an absolute delight. It’s worth mentioning that this game definitely takes a bit of effort to master as the shooting mechanics are designed to feel realistic, so, to actually get bullets into your opponents, you’ll need to shoot with precision while simultaneously managing things like the weapon’s recoil and spray pattern. The shooting mechanics can definitely feel a bit overwhelming at first but they’re worth mastering because it feels incredibly satisfying to spray tons of bullets into an opponent from a long range.
One thing that we really like about Headshot is the fact that it’s loaded with various different game modes and each individual game mode feels completely unique. There’s a deathmatch game mode in which the goal of each team is to eliminate all the members of the opposing team, there’s a bomb defusing mode in which one team has to plant a bomb and the other has to oppose it and there’s even a free for all mode in which all hell breaks loose and you have to take down every single person that comes in your sight.
Perhaps the biggest accomplishment of Headshot is the fact that it pulls off map balance near perfectly. Every single map feels balanced for both sides and this is something that a lot of shooter games fail to pull off. Thanks to the excellent map balance, almost every single match you play will feel fair thereby leading to a much more enjoyable experience.
In terms of visuals, it’s incredible how good Headshot looks even though it’s a browser based game. The weapon designs are realistic and loaded with detail, the animations and special effects are incredible, the textures in the maps are very high definition and, overall, everything’s a delight to look at.
Headshot is browser based and completely free to play but it has its share of micro-transactions through which players can get their hands on in-game weapon skins and various other kinds of content in exchange for real world money.
All said and done, Headshot pulls off the incredible feat of giving players a full-fledged MMOFPS experience in the comfort of their web browser.