Conqueror’s Blade – Epic warfare MMO scheduled to begin beta test soon

[Game website] China-based developer Booming Games announced recently that a PC beta test for the highly anticipated “world” sandbox medieval warfare game, Conqueror’s Blade, will launch soon for the Western gamers. Unveiled at E3 2017 after 5 years of development, Conqueror’s Blade received an enthusiastic response from the attendees. Conqueror’s Blade recreates vast medieval civilizations and showcases their legendary weapons and fighting styles in a massive, immersive arena of war where players team up to command powerful armies in the pursuit of territory and glory. Are you ready for an epic war in ancient times?

Combining both heroic action combat with tactical troop maneuvers, Conqueror’s Blade allows players to experience authentic medieval warfare as they command fearsome armies. Booming Games’ proprietary game engine, CHAOS, delivers a seamless experience even with thousands of units onscreen at once. Conqueror’s Blade also delivers authentic effects, such as fire and explosions, and diverse weather events, including thunderstorms and sandstorms.

Through CHAOS, weapons, armor and equipment of medieval troops are replicated using stunningly detailed graphics. Conqueror’s Blade requires strategic thinking and skillful use of available resources, as players must deploy the best army for the battle at hand from a wide selection of both Eastern and Western legions, powerful generals, and thousands of weapons. Booming Games touted that the gameplay experience is unlike anything else available.

Battles are fought in a massive sandbox landscape several thousand kilometers wide, where players seek to conquer lands and reign over kingdoms. Mirroring the actual world, the terrain features high mountains, deep rivers and fierce deserts, and populated by a variety of nations and cultures. Rise through the ranks, own lands, and prepare to defend them!

With 5v5 and 15v15 battles, the PvP warfare in Conqueror’s Blade will challenge even the boldest warriors. Generals begin with 3 or 4 skills, so players learn gradually the best strategies for deploying their Legions, and which weapons to use for each battle, as some are designed for solo skirmishes while others shine in group warfare.Stay tuned for updates!

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