The Witcher Battle Arena Game
The Witcher Battle Arena is the second in a series of games for Android. The first was a board game released a few months earlier, and the second instalment is definitely more enjoyable and action-packed than its earlier version. It is a multiplayer online battle arena game that is free to play, and not pay to win.
Here’s what I have to say about the game.
Players have a top-down isometric view of the arena that has control beacons. Players can unlock nine heroes, and you have the liberty to choose which weapon to equip the heroes with. This customization feature ensures that the heroes don’t have the same looks. Each character has different abilities: the Operator, for example, uses traps that can bring massive damage, whereas the Golem has a short-range damage. There are also loot drops that provide surprise equipment that may be used for your characters. Characters have a basic attack of melee or range plus three special attacks. These attacks can be unlocked through combat.
The goal of the game is for the player and his teammates to get the beacons and drain the competitor’s energy to zero. A match lasts for 10 minutes and there are different options to choose from: a 3-on-3 team play, a single player with AI, and a co-op humans vs I mode. You are also able to have character progression RPG-style, and stats improve as you play.
The controls of Witcher Battle Arena are simple because it’s a mobile game. The keyword is simple: tap. Tap the direction where you want your character to go to, tap to attack enemies, tap the character to cast a power. It’s very convenient, though it may be a bit complicated when there’s a lot of action going on in the screen.
The game arena looks amazing. It’s detailed and the lightning effects are also good. You can see your character or heroes up close outside of the regular gameplay, but it’s enough to see the differences between each. Google Play Games also allows you to sync your game progress.
The Witcher Battle Area has one in-game currency called crowns that can be earned through completing matches or by breaking unneeded equipment. You may spend $5 to unlock a hero; but if you prefer not to spend, you may still earn enough crowns after a few hours of gameplay.
The Witcher Battle Arena is something worth trying, especially if you’re a fan of action-packed games. It has great graphics and gameplay, especially for a free mobile game.
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