Star Wars: Force Arena Is A Mobile MOBA

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At G-Star 2016 developer Netmarble announced Star Wars: Force Arena, a mobile MOBA developed in cooperation with Lucasfilm. Hold on. What? So, it wasn't really announced. We reported that Star Wars: Battlegrounds had soft-launched in Singapore and Australia at the beginning of the month. Between then and now, the word "Battlegrounds, was dropped and replaced with "Force Arena." Fine by me.

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You can pre-register to play Star Wars: Force Arena now.

Funny enough, the game's public screenshots focus on the original trilogy characters, ignoring the prequels and no sign of the latest films. I'm surprised Disney didn't elbow Netmarble. They'll likely show up in a future update.

Anyway, you choose between 60 characters, and battle in 1v1 or 2v2 arenas, collecting and upgrading characters, and competing for rewards. It's the usual MOBA-fare.

But it is Star Wars. Are you a big enough Star Wars fan to check out Star Wars: Force Arena?

Star Wars: Force Arena Android Gameplay (iOS/Android) (by Netmarble Games)

4 comments

  • It's a great game, I would really recommend it. Same mechanics as Clash Royale, energy + cards, but you can really get crafty with your hero's potential and utilize its passive + active skills. If you're good & smart enough, you can beat people with twice the level of your cards.

    Oh, and I'm not sure if they closed down Singapore & Austalia's access to the game. For me, it gets stuck at the loading screen saying, "Checking Version Info...", but that could be my cellphone from the new update.

  • It's a great game, I would really recommend it. Same mechanics as Clash Royale, energy + cards (and leveling), but you can really get crafty with your hero's potential and utilize its passive + active skills. If you're good & smart enough, you can beat people with level 2 higher cards than that of yours cards. Oh, and if you choose Dark Side characters you only get matched up with Force Side players, vice versa.

  • honestly looks fine-but knowing netmarble -gonna be another one hardcore p2w cash milking game with big IP!!

    • Actually if you love Clash Royale, you'll love this too, especially if you're a Star Wars fan. Same aspects of P2W as Clash Royale, card packs & gold. So if you spend a whole lot you can easily level your cards to max if you want, although there are players who have lower-leveled cards who can beat higher ones with good planning and skillful hero usage. The heroes really make this game unique.

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