Game of Thrones: Winter is Coming, the popular title has released All-out War, a brand new cross-server real-time strategy battlefield event that takes the Westeros story to a new level. The All-Out War is a cross-server PvP event in which various factions compete for ultimate glory while maintaining real-time tactical control over battles.
Players can freely march across a large map, changing their target or destination at any time! Furthermore, they can command 10 million soldiers who are automatically dispatched by the system without having to worry about losses. Begin with a completely new type of gameplay and enjoy an immersive city siege whenever and wherever you want!
Devise strategies and occupy cities in Game of Thrones Winter is Coming All-Out War event
In the All-Out War event, players must devise strategies to gradually occupy cities. To occupy the majority of cities and defend their faction, they must produce more resources, obtain the most buffs, and defeat powerful opponents. In contrast to the previous Castle Siege event, players will not be able to enter and occupy cities before destroying the city gates.
Within cities, various buildings serve various functions. When attacking, players can create troops from a military camp in the military city closest to the front lines, reducing marching distance and time significantly. If the enemy camp is destroyed during a siege, the enemy will be unable to create troops from that city, maximizing the opponent’s victory.
The event will also feature the new Chariot Vehicles system
This update also includes a new Chariot vehicles system that is only available during the All-out War event. On the All-Out War battlefield, players cannot start a rally without a chariot vehicle. Vehicles have different functions that can make the battle more unpredictable and exciting. Players can take on offensive, defensive, or logistical roles to assist their factions in producing and arranging resources and vehicles.
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