Warcraft will be live on mobile, with Warcraft Arclight Rumble, Blizzard Entertainment announced on Tuesday. The game, which is a quick-paced, free-to-play mobile action-strategy game designed to play on Android or iOS devices, is expected to be available later in the year.
In Warcraft Arclight Rumble players will be battling Warcraft Minis from the past in accordance with Warcraft Arclight Rumble’s Google Play Store description as well as the game’s official site. Its Warcraft smartphone game is expected to offer an “massive solo-player experience” with 70 missions, as well as head-to-head PvP battles Blizzard claims. Different modes, such as Conquest, Dungeons, Raids and Co-Op will be announced on the website for the game.
The last couple of weeks has been marked by Blizzard publishing a number of news about many of its marquee properties. This week Diablo Immortal, a mobile version of the CRPG with isometrics, was given an official release date on June 2nd The newest World of Warcraft expansion Dragonflight was revealed and Overwatch 2 entered closed beta.
Prior to World of Warcraft, the orcs-versus human’s franchise was launched on the PC by releasing a number of famous strategy games. This morning, Activision Blizzard has announced an easier mobile version that was inspired by the minions-in-lane gameplay from Clash Royale and other hit games for smartphones — and in the near future, you’ll be able to test it for yourself as an open beta.
As in Clash Royale, the game is divided into small matches in which players drop minions into either two or three “lanes” to advance and fight off the enemies. The aim is to eliminate the boss or the structure at the highest point of the map while protecting your base, but the game has towers as well as spawn spots that complicate the game. The winning of matches gives players the opportunity to earn experience for their units, which increases in strength as they level up. They also earn the in-game currency that allows them to purchase more units, spells, and strong character leaders.