Bladebound is a fairly typical hack and slash gameplay wise

There’s certainly no shortage when it comes to action RPGs on Android, but that’s not stopping Artifex Mundi from throwing itself in the ring. Breaking from its tradition of adventure games, Bladebound is the company’s first attempt at an action RPG.

So what exactly is Bladebound all about? In short, the game is basically an old-school top view hackfest in similar vein to games like Diablo. That means you get all the genre must-haves including hundreds of weapons, armor, and other loot yours for the plundering. There’s also dozens of skills, spells, and three different difficulties. Furthermore, there’s several character customization options presented in the game.

In Bladebound, you are a fabled, awesome warrior that absolutely destroys everything in its path. Until, at the end of the tutorial mission, you are defeated and cast down, diminished in power and removed from reality for centuries. Until finally, after awakening, it’s time to come back and save the world. If you want to know where to buy Bladebound Items, will be your best choice.

Bladebound is a fairly typical hack and slash gameplay wise, but the pacing is something entirely different – it is intensely fast and quick flowing, though not at all overwhelming. Enemies are frequently appearing or jumping out of the sky to be swung at, but the interesting thing is that it’s never particularly frustrating. You can destroy most individual enemies with a single hit, leaving the slightly larger ones needing a little bit more smacking to finally put down.

Since this is a free-to-play game, there’s all the gems, orbs, and energy aspects you’d expect, though it seems to be pretty playable even without parting with your hard earned cash. Things like energy automatically refill over time, and gold can be found easy enough throughout your adventures. Overall, this seems like a pretty fun game, though far from groundbreaking. One major downside is that the game does require you to be online, as character data is stored in the cloud.

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Ubisoft has confirmed For Honor Year 4 Season 2 delayed

Whether it’s highly anticipated upcoming releases or ongoing games such as For Honor, the current health concerns regarding the spread of Covid-19 has led to a number of unfortunate delays for the video game industry.

Today Ubisoft has confirmed that their next season for the publisher’s flagship fighting game would be pushed back to June 11th due to disruptions. For Honor Year 4 Season 2 didn’t have a confirmed launch date though would have likely gone live in early May, similar to 2019’s Y3S2.

“On our side, the team is still hard at work to keep For Honor fully operational even though we are doing so from home,” reads a statement from the team. “We are proud of how quickly everyone on the For Honor development team has adapted to the situation. However, even with all our efforts during these times, the disruption over the past weeks is having an impact on our ability to deliver our near term content updates. For this reason, we have taken the decision to delay the release of Year 4 Season 2 to June 11, 2020.”

The team continued: “We know that this news is disappointing; we were all excited to be able to show you what was coming to For Honor for the upcoming season. However, we are confident this was the right decision for us to be able to launch the content as we intended.” However, by way of an apology, the For Honor team is working on bringing back “fan-favourite activities.” Those will be released next month.

It’s a tough call to delay a major content drop, and one more and more developers (including Square Enix around the same time) are having to face. On Ubisoft’s part, the team notes that it wasn’t an easy call to make but that “we are confident this was the right decision for us to be able to launch the content as we intended.” Moreover, provides Cheap For Honor Power Leveling for players. As an online in-game currency store for many years, we’ve received great reputation for our reliable service.

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