Yesterday was May 4th, so it was not only a celebration for Star Wars fans, but also a surprise for Warcraft fans. Developer studio Blizzard Unexpectedly revealed a Warcraft mobile title that appears to be behind a tower attack game called Warcraft Arclight Rumble – click here for our preview!
While it’s not as serious as it was when Diablo Immortal was announced in 2018, feedback from players was still somewhat constrained – no surprise given the mobile moniker. After all, many mobile games still have a reputation for being little more than time-wasting cash grabs.
Asmongold believes that the success of the mobile game Warcraft is inevitable
Twitch streamer And a self-recognized World of Warcraft fan Asmongold It did not take long to unveil it. Although he can certainly understand and share the negative attitude of his viewers towards mobile games, he is confident in the success of Warcraft Arclight Rumble:
“I actually think it could be a very successful and a great game. The funny thing is that the game can make more money than World of Warcraft. I’m sure it will make more money than Diablo 3.”
“That’s because mobile games are money making machines. For every one of your comments like, this is so stupid, I hate it, there are going to be some other people who spend about $150 on them in the first week of playing.”
We still don’t know anything about the final run Precise conversionbut since that’s still planned for this year Mobile game It will be free to play and all kinds of opportunities to spend money can certainly be expected. For interested players, we hope these are cosmetic in nature only and won’t affect PvP battles.
Given his deep love for World of Warcraft and the fantasy universe that accompanies it, chances are Asmongold exist. Arclight cans rumble Although the shape of the mobile phone we will take a look at least. First of all, Twitch Streamer is looking into the new WoW expansion Dragonflight, which caused mixed reactions in the community after its announcement.
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