Hi Rez Studios Announces Smite Rivals Tower Defense Game (VIDEO)

If you are a fan of multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) games then you may have run across Smite in your search for new challenges. Smite is a MOBA that pits the gods of mythology against each other in a struggle for domination on a multi-lane field of battle. While minions and monsters are the main forces pushing the enemy forces in each lane, it is the gods that control the battle. Each player is able to select from a plethora of pantheons and do battle with opposing forces until one side achieves victory. Smite Rivals is a new game from HI Rez Studios that is going to offer a similar experience, but with a twist.

If you are a fan of Smite but wish it could be more accessible or are looking for a fun quick MOBA style game to play on the go, Hi Rez Studios will soon have you covered. Launching this year in 2017, Hi Rez Studios is creating a card based version of the popular MOBA that will allow players to take Smite with them on the go with mobile devices as well as play head to head with other players on your home PC or laptop. Smite Rivals is going to offer a simplified Smite experience for when you just don’t have the time or access to the full MOBA.

The Battleground of the Gods is more adorable than ever in SMITE Rivals, a new Collectible Card Arena from the makers of SMITE. Build a deck of Gods, Minions, Structures, and Spells, then bring your cards to life by dragging them into a three-lane battlefield! Are you godly enough to defeat your opponent in this real-time multiplayer brawl?

The game pits the gods and champions from Smite against each other in a simple 3 lane battlefield. Players utilize cards to empower units in a push towards the enemies tower, the game is won when one side reaches the enemies tower and claims victory.

The game is going to be free to play when it launches and will be available on the Apple App store, Google Play, and Steam. You can currently register for a beta invite here.What do you guys think of this new style for a Smite game? We’d love to hear your thoughts and if you are planning on trying it out. Don’t forget to stick around so we at DFTG can get you the latest in gaming news.

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Luciano Cancilla106 Posts

Luciano has an undeniable passion for all things BioWare and has an enthusiastic perspective on the Gaming Industry. With a love for gaming, comics, and Geek Culture, you can always expect to have a good time nerding out.

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