The Conduit HD coming to Android devices running Tegra on March 14

A high-definition version of High Voltage Software's shooter The Conduit is coming to Android devices running Nvidia's Tegra system chips on March 14, the company announced last week.

According to the company's Facebook page, The Conduit HD will be a port of the first-person shooter's single-player campaign. The game's listing on the TegraZone website states the first two missions will be available as free-to-play,while the remaining seven levels can be purchased for $4.99. The remaining levels are also available in two bundles: levels three through six or seven through nine can be bought for $2.99 each.

The Conduit HD will be compatible with the GameStop wireless bluetooth tablet controller, and will be available for purchase through Google Play at launch. The listing does not mention whether it will be compatible with Nvidia's Project Shield.

The Conduit, originally released in 2009 for the Nintendo Wii, takes place in a near-future America broken by widespread plague and terrorist attacks. The game focuses on Secret Service agent Michael Ford and his struggle against an invasion of progenitor-human beings called the Drudge. Players will face off against 14 different enemy types and have access to an arsenal of 18 unique weapons on their quest.

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