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In 2020, mobile games are stupefying consumer expectations and mobile capabilities in ways that we’ve never known before. Whether simple more complex, these games offer unparalleled gaming experiences that hold their own. In how well these games adapt to mobile mechanics, they are able to craft experiences both intricate and unique. And in some cases, games like Genshin Impact have seen tremendous success with experiences that players could once only enjoy on their computers.
This thriving climate is exactly what makes a game like Forsaken World: Gods and Demons (FWGD) seem especially promising. A long wait and one million pre-registrations later, both Android and iOS users can finally get their fingers writhing on YOOZOO Games’ latest adventure. FWGD is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) that promises hyper-realistic flight play and a storyline of epic proportions.
If you’ve been considering giving it a download, here’s what to look forward to.
A world of seemingly endless exploration
When you enter FWGD, you’ll be given the herculean task of determining the future of the in-game world, called Calindor. As with many RPGs, the world around you will be influenced by the decisions that you make while playing the game. And whether in large or small ways, you’re going to want to make sure that your every decision counts.
FWGD also offers plenty in the form of the relaxing joy that MMORPGs can offer. As your character, you can raid dragons’ lairs and search for lost artefacts, leaving plenty for checklist-gamers to uncover. And if you aren’t the type of gamer who just needs to uncover every single area of the game map, you can also take things at a more relaxing pace by fishing in-between your adventures.
Speaking of relaxation, there’s nothing more soothing and convenient than cruising through skies of illustrated textured art. You can do just that in FWGD, which leaves no zones barred when it comes to flying. You can take to the skies and fly just about anywhere, indulging in scenery scapes and hyper-realistic flight modes. This is one of the best ways in the game to explore the world of Calindor as you leave no stone unturned. While you’re at it, you can also spruce yourself up with various wings and mounts.
One of the most promising features of flight in FWGD is that you’ll encounter no locked angles. This means that you can spoil yourself with the uninterrupted beauty of changing light and shadows that hit your character as you soar.
We know we said that every decision counts in this game, but there are some things that FWGD allows you to do that some MMORPGs don’t. The game offers sizable character customisation.
Just how endless is endless character customisation?
To begin with, FWGD gives you full character customisation, allowing you to tweak your appearance down to every last detail so that you can build the character of your dreams. In fact, you can even select the expression that your character has on. If you’re tired of people complaining about your RBF, now’s the time to plaster on a smile.
To go into the deeper aspects of character customisation, FWGD also allows you to modify your in-game abilities and talents in order to fit your combat style. There are seven different character classes in total, all of which are armed with their own unique variations and combat styles. And to top it all off, once you’ve chosen your class, your masteries will always be interchangeable, so that you can change them at any time. There’s no RPG player that hasn’t made a regrettable mastery choice before.
Let’s talk guilding in Forsaken World: Gods and Demons
FWGD earns its classification as an MMORPG with large-scale guild-versus-guild (GvG) gameplay, amongst many other things. Hundreds of players can play simultaneously, fighting for resources with the same ferocity they’d use to tackle big bosses together. There are elements like the invading Storm Legion, warring factions, and savage wildlife that make the world of Calindor a treacherous place. And as such, having a team to rely on will be one of the most enjoyable ways to get by.
In FWGD, you can create or join a guild, and then build Guild Fortresses. As the game progresses, you can take joy in forming alliances with other guilds, or instead, raining chaos on them to make their lives difficult. And if all else fails, you and your party can just go on a good old-fashioned dungeon crawl in the world of Calindor.
Skeptical? There’s no harm in giving Forsaken World: Gods and Demons a try. Check out the trailer below.