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Blade of God 2: Challenging smartphone game prepares for CBT

Blade of God 2 Challenging smartphone game prepares for CBT Blade of God 2: Challenging smartphone game prepares for CBT

Blade of God 2 Challenging smartphone game prepares for CBT Blade of God 2: Challenging smartphone game prepares for CBT

The first beta test of Blade of God 2 will take place in June. This will happen only for one mobile platform, although you should not lose heart.

Blade of God 2 is another Dark Souls-type game that is getting its global version in preparation for its first CBT. So far, this is purely testing for Android, but on iOS, the beta test will take place a little later; this and the date of the start of the servers will be announced later. Subscribe to the game so as not to miss the APK file with installation instructions. As for the content, the following information is available so far: “Wake up and return to your real form.” Perhaps we are talking about transforming into a monster to cause colossal damage to enemies. Although there is another explanation.

Blade of God 2 devs are hinting at adding classes to their creation while we can confirm warrior, assassin, and hunter. Also, we will be allowed to play for two characters – Hel and Esther; they have 2-3 skins. As for the plot, it is divided into 3 worlds with 5 chapters in each. It is worth noting the experiments with time, which will lead to a change in the bosses. In addition, the developers have prepared content for two or more players. Among them:

  • Speedrun;
  • Old Arena (PvP);
  • Destroying the boss for a while;
  • Co-op dungeon.

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