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Warzone Mobile Dropped A New Trailer, And A Possible Release Date
The highly anticipated Mobile version of Call of Duty’s take on the Battle Royale genre has now launched iOS pre-orders almost in parallel to opening the Android pre-registration. This is fantastic news for those of you with iPhones since many gamers are eagerly awaiting to see how the renowned battle royale game performs on mobile.
Given how popular the console and PC versions of the game are, Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile might be 2023’s most eagerly awaited mobile release. Bringing competition to even the biggest of the titans of mobile battle royales like Fortnite or Garena. It’s reasonable to assume that many people are looking forward to playing Warzone 2.0 on their mobile devices because of the success it amassed on PC and consoles.
Warzone Mobile’s official release date has been listed on the iOS website as May 15th, 2023, but because this is the first and only date we have seen, it could be a fluke. Regardless, considering how significant this release is, even if it does come out that late into next year, we’ll probably see a beta period or some kind of early access.
“Pokemon Trading Card Game Live” Begins Global Beta Testing!
Pokemon fans have been eating well this console generation. Between Unite, Arceus, Scarlet/Violet, crossovers, cross promotions, updates, merch, anime, and god knows what else. You will be now able to play the famous Pokemon Trading Card Game virtually.
In case you missed it, The Pokemon Company announced last year that they were developing “Pokemon Trading Card Game Live”, a new card battler with a name that doesn’t really roll off the tongue easily. This translates all of the game’s rules and cards from its physical version to a brand-new digital one. Just like what was done with Yu-Gi-Oh years ago.
The latest is that an open beta is now accessible for all (with a few exceptions). Currently, the game is sitting on 2.3/5 after around 2630 reviews rolled in. Many criticize the game’s user interface and downgrades from previous iterations. While others are praising the ease of getting into the game, combined with just plain ol’ fun gameplay.
We recommend trying it yourself and making your own judgments!
Black Clover M: Rise of the Wizard King Launches New Trailer
Legendary game developer Garena, known for games like Garena: Free Fire and many others, has revealed plans to release Black Clover M: Rise of The Wizard King. This will be an adaptation of the famous anime as a game for mobile devices. You will experience adventures in the well-established and stunning fantasy world of the Black Clover IP.
Naturally, since Black Clover’s large cast is the focus of the game, it will be a gacha RPG. Apart from the two lead characters Asta and Yuno, the cast has not yet been revealed, although it is reasonable to assume that we will eventually meet most of the other major characters from the animated series.
Although the specifics of the gameplay haven’t been disclosed, you will witness significant moments from the anime series reproduced in full 3D. Enabling you to become even more engaged in all the finest battle sequences, plot lines, and other elements.
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