Games Station Studio, an Argentina-based game development company released their new tower defense game Heroes of Valhalla on 25th November 2021 as early access on Android devices. Game Station Studio is a fairly new company that has produced games like Game of warriors and Grow Empire: Rome which was unexpectedly a huge hit.
Heroes of Valhalla is a Viking war game with an amalgamation of Tower defense, strategic RPG, and city-building elements. The game is set in the medieval period when Gladiators used to reign. The players have to defend their land from the invaders and expand by plundering new territories from their rivals.
Heroes of Valhalla will give players an intuitive gameplay
The game starts in a rural settlement near the coast of Kattegat. The players have to defend their land from invaders, explore the seas to expand the territories, and raid civilizations of ancient Europe to become the great Jarl of the North.
The players can build their own Viking town and plan and build a defense to protect their wall. More than 300 waves of the enemy encountered and more than 100 cities to raid in different kingdoms of Europe like English, French, and Germanic. Players can collect more than 30 heroes and fight the tide with more than 25 power heroic abilities. Chests are available with daily rewards.
The game is currently going through development
The game is a captivating game with easy-to-learn gameplay though the graphics can be a little better. Heroes of Valhalla is currently under development and available only as early access which indicates there will be many major updates in the game.
The players can download the game from Google Play Store. The previous title under Game Station Studio, Grow Empire: Rome has more than 10 million downloads on Google Play Store. It will be a thing to see if Heroes of Valhalla with similar gameplay will also be a hit or not among the gaming fraternity.
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