Hamburg, 04.10.2019 – The games magazine 4Players.de, a subsidiary of Marquard Media Group, is launching its new mobile portal after a comprehensive beta phase. Fans of PC and console games will find everything current and relevant from the world of video games at mobil.4players.de.
The new mobile 4Players offers news, videos, (p)reviews and distinctive sorting functions. If readers are only interested in one or two platforms, they can filter the content by PC, PS4, Xbox One or Switch. Thanks to modern cloud and synchronization technology, you can communicate in real time with the active 4Players community.
“Over 50 percent of our readers visit 4Players.de with mobile devices. It was long overdue to offer these users a platform that was visually and technically up-to-date,” says Phillip Schuster, project manager for the new mobile portal and CEO of 4Players GmbH. “Our main concern was not to offer a customized desktop view or a responsive design, but rather an experience tailored specifically to the mobile user with the look and feel of social media, which can be seamlessly linked to the desktop portal if need. In this context, I would also like to thank the community that provided us with criticism and valuable feedback during the beta phase, which could be incorporated into the development”.
Subscribers to the 4Players Pur service enjoy advertising freedom in the mobile portal as well as in the desktop view and also have exclusive access to extended display options such as a “dark mode” as an alternative view, news lists or additional sorting and filtering options.
“I’m pleased that we are launching the new mobile 4Players in version 1.0. Especially the connection of the forum as well as the presentation of the content was a big challenge – after all, we have an archive filled over 20 years and very detailed game tests, some of which reach double-digit page numbers on the desktop” adds Jörg Luibl, editor-in-chief of 4Players.de. “We wanted reading on smartphones to be pleasant and comfortable. But we also wanted to structure the mobile portal differently in order to set a fresh accent that takes mobile surfing habits into consideration.
A video presenting the functions of the new mobile portal can be found at the following link: