Call of Dragons announces collaboration with popular American YouTuber Zach King

With over two million players exploring Tamaris and all it has to offer, Call of Dragons, the newest fantasy MMOSLG game from LEGOU Games and Farlight Games, has arrived and taken off as a worldwide hit. A powerful force in the guise of the magical YouTuber Zach King braces for impact in the latest collaboration with Call of Dragons to survive his dragon onslaught now that gamers have survived the numerous battles across Tamaris.

Call of Dragons is a love letter to the kinds of classic fantasy games the development team grew up playing. But while it’s a fantasy game through and through, it’s designed to be incredibly realistic, with multi-civilization battlegrounds and a 3D map that is 3.88 million square kilometers and filled with diverse biomes and types of terrain. The colorful characters you take into every fight, and their positions in the field will determine who has the upper hand.

The Call of Dragons x Zach King collaboration incorporates unique features in the game

With this partnership, Zach King, who is well-known for his wonderful illusions and entertaining movies, adds his special touch to the game industry. In the fantasy setting of the Call of Dragons video game, players can choose their own quest and embark on the difficult task of taming dragons.

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With Zach King’s assistance, the game also includes distinctive elements, such as the capability to use a magic ice staff in combat, heightening player enthusiasm. Fans of Zach King and the game have been anticipating its debut with great anticipation, making the pairing a huge success.

With the video having already received millions of views and the popularity of the game only increasing, this cooperation is certain to be a success.

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