Ace of Arenas is a hit mobile MOBA which arrived on the App Store and Google Play back in September 2015, and has since expanded vastly in content thanks to five major updates. To help break down everything that’s changed, we’ve taken a look at the three biggest improvements Gaea Mobile has added to Ace of Arenas since launch.
A bunch of new modes
The largest change has to be the selection of new modes that have been added since the game first arrived. There’s 3v3, 5v5, and Ranked Modes which require greater strategy than before and even let you show off your ability by climbing to the top of your server’s leaderboards.
If you’re not interested in all that and just want to play a quick game during your morning commute, Fast and Furious Mode is for you. This is played on the Timeless Enclave map, and includes super buffs and a bonus to your movement speed to ensure it lasts under 10 minutes. Then there’s the handy Spectator Mode where you can sit back and watch games unfold – and pick up some handy tips to boot.
Loads more champions
The total number of champions now stands at a gigantic 54 thanks to the sheer number that’s been added in each major update. Each of them can be fully customized with new skins, abilities, and weapons as well.
Enhanced social play
MOBAs are primarily played with others, so it’s a good thing that Gaea Mobile has put so much effort into improving the social play. For those of you that want to play with friends, you’ll be grateful to hear about the new Clan System. Here you can team up with your mates to fight it out in high level ranked battles against other clans.
Organization is key though, so it’s handy that a signalling system has been included which lets you communicate your strategies as quickly as possible on the battlefield. Complete tasks with your friends and you’ll get rewarded with various prizes like the Legacy Musaya Skin, and you can share your success on social media thanks to the handy share button.
More to come
That’s not it though, as Gaea Mobile has a few more tricks up its sleeve before 2016 is through. You can expect new champions and optimizations, of course, but there’s an exciting eSports-style Pro League on its way, as well as a selection of new tournaments. If that all sounds good to you, check out Ace of Arenas right now by heading on over to the App Store or Google Play.
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