Presented by Com2us Convener’s War: Chronicles, The future MMORPG successor to the long-running Gacha RPG, Callers war, In the latest sports trailer during Gamescom 2020. All we have to say is that it is very smooth. It shows some fancy new travel features, including climbing slopes and pushing down siplines as well as a lot of battles.
The Sumaners War is there: the genealogy really shines. At first glance it looks like a typical MMORPG, with a variety of gear to arm, brilliant skills to unleash and defeat giant boss monsters. In retrospect, you will find some of your favorite monsters on the front page. You still play here as a convener, and bringing your favorite monsters into battle with you is a big part of the experience.
This time around, lifestyle skills play a big role and there are many opportunities to go back. We look at fishing, herb collection and mining. It all seemed like a very relaxing way to spend an evening after a long day of work.
Watch the Gamescom 2020 gameplay trailer below:
Overall, it looks like it would be a great extension to the existing Sumaners war universe to enjoy a variety of new content. Most importantly, you can enjoy it with friends in areas that are completely immortal. This is MMORPG.
In other news, Com2us has announced a crossover with Street Fighter, which also received a teaser trailer from Gamescom. Ryu, Ken, m. Your favorite characters, including Bison, Chun-Lee, and Dalsim, appear as monsters that can be played in the War of the Early Conveners. Best of all, you can experience this content now.
Here is a taste of what to expect:
You can get Caller War on iOS or Android App Store or a Google Play Respectively. We’re not sure when the Convenors’ War will be: genealogy will come to mobile, but we will post you as soon as we know more.
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