A Look Inside Call of Dragons Before it Sets the World of Strategy Gaming Ablaze
Announced by publisher Farlight Games last week, Call of Dragons is set to soar onto iOS and Android mobile platforms later this year and is currently accepting pre-registration for the next beta test via the official website. As a special announcement celebration, Call of Dragons Producer Xiao Fu and Rise of Kingdoms Producer Da He came together for a special presentation to introduce the game to the world. In a new video, the producers explain how Legou and Farlight Games are taking everything they learned from past titles to create an expansive, epic experience on mobile devices.
Call of Dragons is a love letter to the kinds of classic fantasy games the team grew up playing. But while it’s a fantasy game, it’s designed to be incredibly realistic—a true simulation game—with multi-faction battlegrounds and a 3D map that is 3.88 million square kilometers and filled with diverse biomes and types of terrain. The colorful characters you take into every fight and their positions in the field will determine who has the upper hand.
No matter how you play, Da He and Xiao Fu emphasize that folks of all walks can have Call of Dragons their way. Xiao Fu added, “We provided lots of space in the game for people of all different interests and preferences to participate.”
Call of Dragons‘ Tamaris is a world filled with all sorts of fantasy races and rich history. You’ll maintain your own village, constantly growing and improving for the sake of your people. You’ll also build up an army with strong warriors and fearsome dragons for intense battles against massive armies on the ground and in the skies. Once you’ve found your footing and amassed a draconic fleet, you’ll then be able to take part in 40-player dungeons with your fellow commanders. As you do, you’ll uncover more about the history of the land and its fantastic magical races, seeing how your actions are impacting the world.
But it isn’t just about dominating in battle. Call of Dragons is set in a huge world with villages to visit and locales to discover. Taking time to visit means you could find new details about the game’s lore, take part in side quests with incredible rewards like “Song Fragments,” and play dozens of mini-games.
Developed by Legou and published by Farlight Games, Call of Dragons is currently accepting pre-registrations via the official site. Participants will earn a swath of in-game rewards upon the official launch.
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