“Zlatan Legends” is a retro arcade diversion for
Video games have been a life-long passion for
The former Manchester United star co-owns a Swedish
games studio that has grown a game
- Ibrahimovic has a net value of £110 million
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, a charismatic Swedish striker who left
Manchester United progressing this summer, has launched a new
mobile diversion called “Zlatan Legends”.
The arcade-style diversion — that went live on a Apple App Store on
Thursday and is due to launch on a Google Play Store during an
different destiny date — has been combined in partnership with
Swedish studio Isbit Games, that Ibrahimovic co-owns. It has
been grown over a final dual years during an vague cost.
Targeted during people of all ages, a giveaway gaming app allows users
to take control of a practical Zlatan as he plays a new “sport” in
space called “Driftball” in an Iron Man impression suit.
In a pinball-like game, players get a customisable Zlatan to
flog a ball-shaped intent by a array of levels. But there’s
some-more to it than that, according to Ibrahimovic.
“You’re a super favourite and you’re saving a planet,” Ibrahimovic
told Business Insider in Manchester forward of a launch. “But not
one. You go from universe to universe to planet. [You save it from]
other superheroes that wish to save it. And who will be the
saviour is adult to you. He who has a best skills, a best
everything, he will save it. Everybody would like to be a
superhero … so let’s see who it will be. we trust it will be
Isbit Games CEO Markus Koos pronounced he and Ibrahimovic common the
same prophesy for a diversion from a start. “We had a same
aspiration from day one,” he said. We didn’t wish to copy/paste
anything. We wanted to emanate something new. We wanted it to feel
and demeanour Zlatan.”
Koos added: “It’s a modern, retro kind of diversion where ability is
critical though we know that it needs to be permitted for everyone
as good so it’s arrange of fun.”
Ibrahimovic, who has also played for Paris Saint-Germain and
Barcelona, pronounced he was really tender with how picturesque the
Zlatan impression has incited out to be.
“I consider a impression is accurately like me in genuine life because
he’s full of confidence,” he said. “In a story house we can
see one popping out from a other one and observant we am a one
that will save a universe — it’s fundamentally what we contend when we come
to a team. we will save we guys and we will take caring of it. This
is a same thing.”
Ibrahimovic has been personification video games given he was a child
Ibrahimovic certified that a impression seems a bit stronger than
him, adding: “I will have to go to a gym and make myself
Video games have been a passion of Ibrahimovic’s given he was a
child, with games such as “Call of Duty” and “BioShock” among his
“I’m a outrageous fan [of video games],” he said. “I’ve spent a lot of
hours, a lot of years on games. And now we have a event to
make my own. To work with a illusory team, involving Isbit also,
for me, this is a tiny dream come true.”
While “Zlatan Legends” is free, users can make in app purchases
for a fee. A “starter pack” that contains equivalent gems,
credits, and tokens costs £4.99, for example.
Ibrahimovic pronounced he hasn’t finished a diversion for financial reasons:
“I will tarry even though a video game”
However, 35-year-old Ibrahimovic is a third richest
footballer in a world and any revenues from Zlatan Legends
are doubtful to have most of an impact on his £110 million
“I will tarry even though a video game,” pronounced Ibrahimovic,
who has been tipped for a new
Manchester United coaching role.
However, Ibrahimovic is penetrating for his teammates during Isbit to get
something out of a game.
“They work for a association and a thing has to go around, of
course,” he said. “Everything what we do, what a organisation do, is
not for free. It has a cost.”
As for Isbit Games, he’s confident about a company’s future.
“It’s a tiny organisation though it will get bigger. It will take over the
world, absolutely. And they are from Sweden also. That is
somewhere I’m unapproachable to be from and we wish to uncover what we can
do. We did it already in a football world. And now we will do
it in a video diversion world. We’re here to take over.”
Ibrahimovic, who had his initial book published in Sep 2013
called “I am Zlatan,” hinted that he has a series of other
projects in a pipeline.
“There is projects entrance though we know how it is, it’s secret,”
he said. “At a impulse now, it’s a game, that we have been
operative on for dual years. Even my destiny of football is not on
concentration now, a diversion is on focus. That is how critical we am with my