Mobile Game Announced Dynasty Warriors
Dynasty Warriors news has flooded out of the Tokyo Game Show this year. The most recent piece of information is an exciting statement of a Dynasty Warriors mobile game coming to Japan soon.
Koei Tecmo showed its mobile Dynasty Warriors game through a live stream occasion. Throughout the series, the developer showed of single-player footage, with both landscape and portrait gameplay along with touch-based controls. Players can switch between various fighters mid-battle. Warriors can pull off explosive and powerful strikes just like the console counterparts from both the mainline Dynasty Warriors and Dynasty Warriors spin-off names.
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This new mobile title will also allow for cooperative play with other users, and even a versus mode. A beta will begin in Japan shortly, and lovers can sign up today in an attempt to snag a spot. The closed beta will last from October 8 during October 12. For now, the game will only be playable in Japan. But, Koei Tecmo told IGN that a western launch could become considered. The mobile Dynasty Warriors wasn’t the only big news of the day about this franchise, as a teaser trailer for Dynasty Warriors 9: Empire was also revealed for present and next-gen consoles.
A brand new trailer and more information for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity was also revealed at TGS. The spin-off series that takes place from the Zelda universe, especially Breath of this Wild, could be exceptional. And today with Dynasty Warriors 9: Empire and a mobile Dynasty Warriors being shown too, fans of the series have a whole lot to look ahead, as multiple games on several platforms are on the road.