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FTX Games Launches ‘Breaking Bad’ Mobile Game 2

FTX Games has announced the release of “Breaking Bad: Criminal Elements” for mobile devices.

License Global

June 6, 2019

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FTX Games has announced the release of “Breaking Bad: Criminal Elements” for mobile devices.

Published in collaboration with Sony Pictures Consumer Products and developed by Plamee, “Breaking Bad: Criminal Elements” is now available from the App Store and Google Play via www.PlayBrBa.com. Game players assume the role of an associate of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, and work alongside series characters including Mike Ehrmantraut, Saul Goodman and Gustavo Fring.

“We’re thrilled to give fans of ‘Breaking Bad’ a way to re-immerse themselves into the show’s saga through an interactive mobile game experience shaped and influenced by the show’s creator, Vince Gilligan, and the show’s production team,” says Casey Dickinson, chief executive officer, FTX Games. “‘Breaking Bad: Criminal Elements’ is an authentic extension of the world of Heisenberg, where the stakes are high, morality is blurred, personalities are volatile.”

The game continues “Breaking Bad’s” slew of licensing deals which includes restaurants, spirts and costumes.

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