Revelation Paradox, a tactical RPG inspired by the popular PC MMORPG gets an official launch for Android and iOS in Japan and Korea. The game joins Revelation M, an open-world MMORPG now in early access, and Revelation: New World, which is the SEA version of Revelation M, to be part of the fantasy Revelation IP.
Capture and make monster friends as you progress in Revelation Paradox
The story follows the leader of the disaster and his friends as they navigate a world filled with challenges and mysteries. God of Light, Edaphos, creates a world with two guiding principles. Over time, human nature takes a dark turn, leading to disasters. During a revelation ceremony, an innocent baby is named the leader of the disaster, turning him against the world. As time passes, a girl with amnesia appears, triggering a confrontation with divine revelation.
You shall embark on a thrilling adventure with monsters in this highly strategic 3D tactics RPG. The graphics look pretty pleasing to the eyes, and the art is inspired by the original works. The mechanics seem to have your traditional RPG elements, and that is a major plus. Despite its cute look and user-friendly controls, you will find yourself in tricky field challenges and epic battles against massive bosses.
Players from Japan and Korea can start defeating monsters now
You can forge alliances with monsters, inherit their traits, and engage in intense battles against rivals with their unique monster characteristics. Defeating the monsters helps you have them in your team, which is a grand plus. The Automatic function allows you to collect the rewards even when you are off-screen, so progression all the time.
With its official launch, players from select regions can download and play Revelation Paradox. For players from Korea, you can download your version of the game on Android and iOS. Called Tenkei Paradox in Japanese, the players from Japan can access the Japanese version via the Google Play Store and App Store as well as on their respective platforms. No details regarding the English version or global version are known yet, so keep an eye out for updates.