Release of Dragon Trail: Hunter World
Go in search of giant dragons with the release of Dragon Trail: Hunter World on Android, iOS. We reveal our first impressions of this gacha RPG with automatic battles developed by Watt Games, the studio behind the creators of Dragon Hunters and Yong Heroes.
The release of Dragon Trail: Hunter World on iOS and Android
The release of Dragon Trail: Hunter World plunges us into the world of Star Island, with its colorful magical creatures. Visually, the Japanese animation graphics are of good quality and the character design, although similar to many games, is effective.
When creating your character, you have the choice between four classes : Warrior, Priestess, Assassin and Hunter. Improve your character with equipment and do quests to earn experience and rewards of all kinds.
During your adventure, you are accompanied by a chimera. These creatures have their own characteristics, affected by one of the four seasons, and can even evolve. To recover them, it will be necessary, as in all gacha, to buy invocations. While some are offered for free, the game invites you to use diamonds that can be purchased with real money to get a 5 star chimera.
Virtually non-existent gameplay
If there is indeed a defect that emerges from the release of Dragon Trail: Hunter Worldit’s the lack of gameplay depthwhich is just a few clicks away to level up your character and chimeras
the automatic mode is a function that is increasingly present in mobile games. It comes into its own in some games, like Summoners War, where the repetition of fights does not require your intervention. However, this trend is widening more and more and is beginning to spoil the gaming experienceas seen recently with the release of Noah’s Heart.
Unfortunately, we find ourselves faced with the same situation, if not worse. From the start of the game, the auto mode is enabled by default. Firstly, I find this choice disrespectful towards the developers, who have worked hard to write a screenplay whose dialogues will only be read by a minority.
The finding is the same for the gaming fun, since you can simply launch the game for an hour and find yourself at level 50 without ever looking at your screen. And since the game was designed with this feature in mind, disabling it only highlights the poverty of basic gameplay.
That’s it for our first impressions of the release of Dragon Trail: Hunter World on Android, iOS. The title is planned on PC, but the release date has not yet been communicated. To stay informed of the news of your favorite games, go to our section dedicated to mobile news.