Moba Honor of Kings, a popular Chinese mobile game from publisher Tencent, will be released worldwide at the end of this year. This game is comparable to games like League of Legends and DOTA 2. It was the first mobile game in 2021 that made over $10 billion.
Infinite level developer has global version Advertise on Twitter† The company says the game will receive several closed beta tests from TiMi Studios and Tencent and will be announced starting next month. Infinite Level has not yet mentioned any specific dates for this and has yet to specify an exact release date.
Honor of Kings has already been released worldwide unofficially. It happened in the form of Arena of Valor in 2017, a version of Honor of Kings aimed at Western countries. The Chinese moba game, which will be released worldwide, will also have to compete with another game from the stable of Tencent: Wild Rift. This title appeared in October 2020 and can be considered the mobile version of League of Legends.
In Honor of Kings, players can choose characters from Chinese mythology to build their teams. The game also has extensive social features such as chat integration with Chinese social apps like WeChat. It is not known if these functions will be part of the global version in some way.
last year Wrote Gamesindustry.biz based on a report from Sensor Tower that Honor of Kings has brought in more than $10 billion. It will be the first mobile game to achieve this. This amount consists entirely of players’ expenses. Honor of Kings was released in 2015 and now has a total turnover of $13 billion.
Tencent is a major Chinese technology company that owns search engines, chat applications, and social networks for the Asian market. It is also the largest gaming company in the world by revenue. Tencent owns Riot Games, known for League of Legends and Valorant. TiMi Studios is also owned by Tencent. This studio is behind the smartphone games Call of Duty: Mobile, Honor of Kings and Arena of Valor. Tencent also owns 40 percent of Epic Games.
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