Exciting news for fans of the beloved How to Train Your Dragon franchise! Tomorrowland, in collaboration with Universal Pictures and DreamWorks Animation, is set to launch a thrilling dragon-raising simulation mobile game called How to Train Your Dragon: The Journey.
How to Train Your Dragon: The Journey brings Viking adventure with dragons to your fingertips
For those of you who, like me, have always wanted to travel through the Viking Age alongside these majestic creatures, this game allows you to put yourself in the shoes of a dragon rider at the renowned Dragon Training Academy. I know things will be exciting for us because there are nearly a hundred different flying dragons to recruit, capture, breed, and train. You will form your formidable team to dominate the skies in exciting competitions.
Your mission? Protect the enchanting Bok Island and achieve the coveted title of Master of Dragon Training! We will immediately feel at home because this game is inspired by the rich tapestry of the How to Train Your Dragon universe, the game promises to faithfully recreate the magic of Berk Island which I’m excited to explore, complete with beloved characters like Hiccup and Toothless.
Each developer has put their all into creating each breathtaking island and intricately designed dragon, ensuring that players have an immersive experience. One of the most exciting aspects of How to Train Your Dragon: The Journey for me is the ability for players to not only collect a diverse range of dragons but also to engage in dragon breeding, fostering their own unique and powerful clan.
While the game is still in development, the team behind it is eager to share their creation with players and welcome feedback to improve it, as the developers are committed to improving the game based on player suggestions. So, prepare to take an unforgettable journey through the skies with How to Train Your Dragon: The Journey, and stay tuned for updates.
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