- Jul 31, 2021
SEGA has pre-registered its new mobile game “Revolve8: Episodic Dueling” and revealed the game’s global release date. It will be available to both Android and iOS users.
Worldwide availability will occur on February 5, 2019. Already in Eastern countries, there will be a pre-launch from January 17. The title will be available in the following language options: Japanese, English, Traditional Chinese, Spanish and French.
Whoever performs the pre-registration may have benefits after the arrival of the game, users will win 1,000 gold and characters of Kintaro, Karen, Aladdin, Sinbad, Ring Genie, Urashima Taro, Cinderella, Little Match Girl, Bear, Fairy Godmother, Otohime, and Wicked Witch.
The video game is designed to offer duels between two players, featuring characters from fables and traditional stories completely redesigned for the occasion. In this way, in Revolve8: Episodic Dueling we will find Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood or Sinbad, each with its own personality and special playable features on the battlefield. Battles that will be very strategic and that will combine tactics with collectible cards, decks, and cinematographic sequences.
Revolve8 is a real-time strategy game for iOS and Android, where players will manage a deck of eight different cards and their objective. They will be to destroy the main tower and sub towers of their opponent, within a time limit of three minutes.
According to SEGA – which had launched the SEGA Heroes in the last month of November, the game has depth, although it is accessible and easy to play. In addition, it is the real-time strategy genre, with card deck features.
“Revolve8: Episodic Dueling” is available for registration via the links on the card below the text. For Android, pre-registration can be done directly on Google Play. On iOS, it is necessary to do it through the official website of the title.
The game will be available from February 5 in United States, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, United Kingdom, France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Turkey, South Africa, and more totaling up to 100 countries and regions.