Mobile games are becoming more and more relevant in the current era and rightfully so. With gaming rapidly expanding further to include various platforms while taking into account an individual’s availability and accessibility, mobile devices are a no brainer to achieve maximum reach.

And here we are now to take a look at another mobile game that’s trying to break into the gaming industry and make a name for its self.

Forsaken World: Gods and Demons releases on November 9.

Developed by YooZoo Games, Forsaken World: Gods and Demons is a 3D MMORPG mobile game that’s set to come out next week. Based on an open-world fantasy environment concept, it promises to deliver countless amounts of playtime with lots of activities such as raids, explorations and even fishing to let off some steam. The game is also tailored to be influenced by your in-game choices, thus giving you a more personalized storyline that’s crafted uniquely for you.

In Forsaken World, players will be given free rein of character customization, and I’m not only talking about the aesthetic element. You’ll have the ability to change your class at any given time and specialize in any way you so desire. Thus, enabling you to mix-and-match skills to fit your play style, which ultimately results in players never being the same with one another.

One of the most interesting components of Forsaken World that intrigues me is that it allows for hundreds of gamers to play online simultaneously against world bosses. This feature is not new to mobile games but to handle hundreds of players is quite a feat, to be honest.

If Forsaken World: Gods and Demons piques your interest then don’t waste any more time and start pre-registering now on your iOS and Android devices! You can also stay up to date with all of the latest information on the game at these sites: FacebookInstagram and GTarcade.  

For more information on Forsaken World: Gods and Demons, you can access their official site by clicking here.

Ibrahim's a hardcore gamer and Star Wars fan. He's obsessed with Obi-Wan Kenobi, even claiming that he's a descendant of the fictional Jedi Master. Other than that delusion, Ibrahim's pretty down to earth, collecting figures and buying games he'll never finish.