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Good news for fans of mobile role playing games in Canada, Australia, Singapore, Denmark, Netherlands, Indonesia, Sweden, Malaysia, and the Philippines. Guardian Stone, a beautiful 3D RPG developed by Delusion Studios and published by TOAST, has already been soft launched in these territories. Players in other countries will also be able to join in on the fun soon and can sign up for the pre-registration event in anticipation for the global release.

Guardian Stone will be released for free and feature optional in-app purchases. Players can choose from three different heroes, a ranger, warrior or mage, and summon Guardians to assist during battles. In addition to a huge storyline, the game will also feature a PVP Arena, where players can compete for runes, prestige and gold. Players will be able to challenge a multitude of Heroes and get crowned as an Arena Champion as they advance through the ranks. Crafting will also play a big role in the game and players will be able to create new weapons and armor by defeating enemies.

The game features a beautiful 3D visual style for which it earned a Unity Award nomination and simple controls to direct the Heroes and Guardians. According to the developers, players will be able to evolve their main Guardians without pressure to try and evolve every Guardian. Since the game will feature up to 65 unique Guardians there are certain to be enough variety to fit every playstyle. As Guardians level up they also evolve and gain more powers. Players will even be able to go around adventuring with their main team of Guardians while putting the benched ones to work using the resource and essence gathering system.

Check out the trailer for Guardian Stone below and don’t forget to sign up for the pre-registration event to help unlock rewards. For more information, follow the game on Facebook or Twitter.

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2 Comments

  1. BeardofKnowledge84 August 8, 2015
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    Graphics kinda reminds me of World of Warcraft. Hope the game is less of a grind.

  2. P0X05 August 9, 2015
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    Never did understand the point of “soft launching” something. Just get it out everywhere if it is done and ready.

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