Dislyte official release after a long beta
If there is a game that beats hype records in recent months, it’s the next title from Lilith Games that brings together RPG and music. Then dislyte release, after several months of beta, should delight more than one player. (Re)discover together a game at the crossroads between mythology, popular culture, EDM and neon colors on the occasion of its global launch.
The success of a game between music and gacha
Already at the controls of huge successes like Rise of Kingdoms, AFK Arena or Warpath, Lilith Games offers itself with the release of Dislyte an original license uniquely styled. Even if the story copies Percy Jackson and Avengers a little, the mix is successful.
Dislyte’s strength isn’t spamming Instagram with ads or being yet another RPG AFK with a gacha system, This is another thing. The game offers a assumed aesthetic that few studios could have pushed to this degree of detail and consistency.
Honestly looking at the Dislyte release trailer for its worldwide launch, we can only recognize the mastery of the realization. Espers have character and the artistic direction recalls certain choices of League of Legends K/DA for example. It’s a whole universe that has won over the mobile community.
Release of Dislyte on mobile and end of the beta!
The end of beta means that players will be able to receive launch rewards. If you were pre-registered, you will get great login bonuses and rewards. But for those who missed the pre-registrations, global launch bonuses are still planned such as:
- the Rookie Boostwhich offers a free legendary esper on the first 10 draws as well as quests for bonus Dislyte exit rewards;
- the wind Road to Legendwhich awards free resources if your Legendary Espers reach a certain level
- and the Party Shopping to accumulate Redeem Points to be exchanged for Diamond Records or Platinum or Gold.
On the gameplay side, the release of Dislyte does not reinvent the wheel. It’s a gacha with team building and good difficulty management. On the other hand, playing with headphones will give you a interesting music listening during your gaming sessions, which may make you addicted to this “pop” RPG!
We often forget how audio is not a detail for a game, but on mobile it is difficult to make the soundtrack a selling point. Maybe we needed a title like Dislyte to pass the course, and that one day we’ll go listen to Dislyte gigs like a K/DA gig or Final Fantasy.
You can download Dislyte on Android and iOS or from the publisher’s official website right now to test it. Here is a little gameplay trailer to get an idea of the game and its universe.