Summoners War: Lost Centuria summons you now

Mobile video game specialist Com2uS announces the official global launch of Summoners War: Lost Centuria. The latter combines the monsters and the universe of Summoners War: Sky Arena with a brand new gameplay which immerses players in an intense real-time strategy game.

The title is available in French (as well as in 15 different languages) as of now and for download on the AppStore and Google Play.

The world is your arena

Derived from the Summoners War license, Lost Centuria is one of the most anticipated games of 2021. It expands the teeming universe of Summoners War with a whole new style and real-time strategic combat of unprecedented intensity. mobile.

To face off against other players from around the world to do battle, Summoners must form their own decks of 8 monsters from the Summoners War universe. Unique PvP mechanics, such as the counter system and summoner spells, give the title of Com2uS a unique character that can appeal to seasoned license players and newcomers alike. No less than 40 monsters are already available at launch, with many more creatures planned for the coming months as well.

Between its PvP and PvE modes, its combat system as strategic as it is nervous and its powerful monsters drawn from the universe of Summoners War, Lost Centuria promises to be particularly fun for players around the world.

The rising star of the esports world

During the pre-event ‘World 100 Invitational’ held on April 24, Lost Centuria particularly stood out with more than 200,000 spectators in real time and more than 4,600,000 cumulative views. In addition to revealing its novelties to as many people as possible, the game has also affirmed its esports potential: the more than 6 million pre-registered can finally get their hands on one of the most anticipated games of the year.

All information about Summoners War: Lost Centuria is available on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.

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