For those of you who are into MOBA games and like beta testing new titles, Sneaky Games has their upcoming turn-based tactical MOBA game Arena of Heroes has gone live for open beta testers to jump into the game early and check everything out. This particular type of MOBA game is a bit different than your typical MOBA title like of League of Legends or DOTA 2.
We reported not too long ago that Zynga was looking to enter the MOBA gaming space with a new game called Solstice Arena. This new game is heading both to Android and iOS and as of today the company has done a limited release onto iOS for folks in Canada and New Zealand. While we only care about the Android version of the game, this does indicate that Solstice Arena is getting close to a full release on both platform.
Zynga has been doing some soft launches of a few games lately and while this isn’t another soft launch, it is a game that will most likely see one at first before it gets fully released. Zynga is entering the world of MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) style games and Solstice Arena will be their debut MOBA title which will be arriving onto multiple platforms in the near future.
For those of you who play Gameloft’s MOBA game Heroes of Order & Chaos but haven’t played in a bit, there has been a rather big update pushed out about a week ago that brings with it a lot of content, features and another new hero for people to play as named Akartu. One of the new features is the addition of Tablets and Inscriptions for your heroes to use.
While a lot of the mobile gaming world was rather down and sad about the removal of Dungeon Defenders from Google Play due to hosting issues, a spark of hope had come about with the most recent Humble Bundle for Android #5 which included Dungeon Defenders along with all the DLC content for it. While that spark was short lived, with Dungeon Defenders never coming back, Trendy Entertainment has announced that the official sequel, Dungeon Defenders II, will be arriving to all platforms including iOS and mobile.
Gameloft’s MOBA spin-off of their MMORPG title Order and Chaos has gotten an update that brings with it a whole new hero to play. Heroes of Order and Chaos, for those of you who don’t know about this game, is based off of their Order and Chaos MMORPG but is actually a MOBA game like League of Legends. Teams of players will compete against other teams of players (or AI opponents) in combat with the goal of destroying the opposing team’s base.
Gameloft’s high anticipated MOBA game called Heroes of Order & Chaos has finally arrived onto Android after a couple of months of us waiting for its development to be finished. We’ve covered some of the details and features that would be coming with this game in the past but in case you missed those posts, we will give you the quick and dirty rundown about Heroes of Order & Chaos.
Last week Gameloft released their rather highly anticipated MOBA game, called Heroes of Order & Chaos, onto iOS with the Android release slated to launch at the same time. However, due to some server issues, the Android version was delayed while Gameloft worked on fixing those issues. Our friends over at Gameloft just dropped us a note to let us know that improvements have been made and a new release date for the Android version has been confirmed.
Gameloft’s upcoming MOBA game for Android called Heroes of Order & Chaos has been delayed for a little bit. While the game is available right now on iOS, Android gamers will have to wait a short bit while Gameloft resolves a bit of a server issues right now with the Android version. This issue is preventing it from being released which is fine since we would rather have it fully working when it lands on Google Play instead of having issues.
One game we have been eager to see get release by Gameloft is their spin-off of their MMORPG called Order & Chaos. However, this spin-off from that MMORPG is actually a MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) game called Heroes of Order & Chaos, a game we have talked about a few times in the past couple of months. This will be the first MOBA game to hit mobile devices and it does look promising.