The global launch has also generated $4.4 million dollars in global revenue. The developer has released a new update which includes an Arena, Battle mode, Monster and Spell updated, and a crossover with Summoners War: Sky Arena.
Summoners War: Lost Centuria “Arena Battle” Mode:
- Summoners War: Lost Centuria fans can now experience the recently launched “Arena Battle” update. In the Arena Battle, the difficulty level of all monsters is adjusted to level 10 and the equipped rune effect is not applied, providing the fun of playing a real match at the same level. Once users enter the Arena Battle, they can get a reward when achieving 10 wins or 3 losses, and the final reward increases as the number of wins increases. Com2uS plans to provide the fun of competing with friends and players globally through the Arena Battle update, and paves the groundwork for various competitive circuits and esports tournaments in the future, as seen in the Summoners War World 100 invitational tournament. More details about the update can be found here.
New Monsters & Spells:
- Players can now summon the new Monster, Hwadam, a rare Light Monster that deals damage to the opponent’s backline and weakens their Attack Power. When a target is affected by Decelerate, Hwadam has the ability to stun them. Players can pair Hwadam with a Decelerate Support Monster to create powerful synergy during battle. You can check out Hwadam in action through a trailer here. Additionally, the update introduces a new Spell called Spread Damage, which deals damage to an enemy in the forefront, as well as the rest of the enemies in the front line.
- A slew of convenience-related features await players in the latest Monster update. In “Wanted PvE” mode, players will be able to check the number of Wanted Monsters cleared. Also, a new replay feature will allow players to check the status of opponent Monster cards. Lastly, players will be able to upgrade Monster and Spell cards to their maximum levels in one swoop.
Summoners War: Lost Centuria is a follow-up to the mobile RPG Summoners War: Sky Arena. Set in the ear before Sky Arena, players will find themselves in the war-torn Efrana Kingdom known as Lost Centuria. Gameplay features a real-time battle system that has layers of strategy for players to deeply monsters and summoner spells to the field while upgrading their unique.
Summoners War: Lost Centuria takes the Summoners War franchise in an entirely new direction, fusing classic monsters and gameplay with a new combat system that maximizes the thrill of each individual match. Battles unfold in real time, making for a fast-paced combat experience. Players can take command by spending Mana on skill cards and unleashing powerful, once-per-battle summoner spells to turn the tide of battle in their favor, or counter opponents’ skills directly with counterattack mode.
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