Recently, Pocket Gems announced Wild Beyond, the debut game from their new studio, Strange Sevens. This game will feature real-time battles in a fantastical galaxy setting with distinctive characters, factions, and multiplayer action.
In Wild Beyond,players lead a Commander and a hand-picked army from their faction in real-time synchronous multiplayer battles. Factions provide unique personalities in-game, from the sci-fi / fantasy-based Ascension, to the futuristic military of the Legion, and even punk-rock-pyromaniacs from the Rogue faction. Players are dropped into a galaxy with these three warring factions, each with their own backstory, and fight across a diverse set of planets and battlefields. Underneath the beautiful, immersive world lies deep, strategic, and competitive real-time gameplay, complete with innovative collectable card game elements.
Strange Sevens is the newest studio at Pocket Gems, which has recruited an all-star cast of talent driven by ex-AAA console game developers. Combining elements of games like Starcraft, Hearthstone, and Clash Royale, Wild Beyond is a hardcore-focused mix of multiplayer battles, single player campaign elements, and great characterization with the main mode being the 1v1 and 2v2 real-time multiplayer battles.
“From the beginning, we wanted to create a new style of real-time strategy game set in an immersive world with factions full of personality and relatable characters that players will fall in love with,” said Brian Shih, Project Lead for Wild Beyond. “This is an unparalleled game for all types of mobile players who are looking for deep and strategic gameplay.”
Wild Beyond is available now on iOS devices as a free download with in-app purchases. For more information, visit the official website.
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