At dawn on May 4, Blizzard officially announced a new mobile game with a rather long name, WarCraft Arclight Rumble. As the name suggests, the game will use the context of WarCraft and characters from the long-standing cult game series. But contrary to previous versions of Warcraft, the mobile game will be more child-friendly.
Warcraft Arclight Rumble announcement trailer.
Although aimed at a young audience, the meaning of the word “war – war” is still there. The game is developed in the way of siege – tower offense, allowing players to build an army to their liking and participate in many activities in the game.
Warcraft Arclight Rumble has many modes, both single player and recruiting players to create guilds. Players can participate in the story mode, fight each stage with the army they built, or with friends to battle dungeons, big “boss” and participate in PvP – face players, guilds other.
Even if you’re not interested in the community element, you can still collect 60 characters from the world of Warcraft, and participate in more than 70 story missions spanning multiple periods. Blizzard promises tactical elements, puzzles in each level, requiring gamers to quickly adapt to a supposedly fast game speed.
Right now, you can pre-register the game on the Play Store for a chance to participate in the beta. iOS gamers will have to wait until the game is on the store to pre-register.
You can check out the gameplay of WarCraft Arclight Rumble in the video below:
Blizzard introduces the gameplay of Warcraft Arclight Rumble.