Krafton announces pre-registration of the Indian version of Road to Valor: Empire

Krafton announces pre-registration of the Indian version of Road to Valor: Empire
HIGHLIGHTS

In this game you need to build an army and win battles.

It will also have some Legends characters from different mythologies.

Road to Valor: Empire will also support a room feature.

Krafton is launching a new game for India called Road to Valor: Empire, a new strategy game. Krafton has already announced the pre-registration of Road to Valor: Empire and the game is expected to roll out officially on March 16. It is a player-versus-player game which will also come with Hindi support, so you will get to hear Hindi dialogues in the game. The game will also offer new starter packs with exclusive rewards, custom multiplayer rooms for Indian users and more.

You can pre-register the war game from Google Play Store on your Android device or from the App Store if you have an Apple device. In India, it will be the first strategy game from Krafton, whose other games include BGMI and PUBG.

The Indian Version of RTV: Empire will have a starter pack which comes with exclusive rewards. Players need to buy it and it will be priced at ₹29 in the game. 

It is a successor of the Road to Valor: World War II which was launched back in 2019.

Road to Valor: Empire features

In this game, you need to build an army and win battles for the throne, similar to Clash of Clans or Clash Royale. The game will support the Hindi language and more. 

This will also have some Legends characters from different mythologies like Athena – the Goddess of War, Odin – the King of Asgard, Caeser and Cyrus.

Road to Valor: Empire will also support a room feature which was also available in the BGMI and PUBG. With this feature, you can create a room and play with your friends or loved ones. 

 

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