Disney Mirrorverse is Kabam’s latest attempt at a real-time combat RPG set in the Disney Universe with a bunch of characters from some of Disney and Pixar’s biggest hits. Here in this article, we will review Disney Mirrorverse and share our first impressions of the game.
The game had a rather rough beta version last year however it seems like the devs have gone back to the drawing board and incorporated elements into the game that make it fun to play and also stand out. That being said though, this is still more or less, a standard action RPG while also being something of a step up from Marvel Contest of Champions and Transformers: Forged to Fight, which are Kabam’s older titles.
Experience a new storyline with a long roster of characters to choose from
Starting off with the review, the latest version of Disney Mirrorverse looks and plays out pretty well! The game is a gacha title and that’s quite obvious but there’s a decent-sized roster of characters to play as too, each with their own unique attacks and abilities.
There are characters like Captain Jack Sparrow, Mickey Mouse, Scar, Aladdin’s Genie, Baymax, Mulan, Sulley, Goofy, and many others. This makes the game stand out quite a bit but the characters have different backstories in the game as compared to those seen in the movies.
Unite your teams and experience real-time combat in the Mirrorverse
The game doesn’t really do anything new when it comes to the gameplay. Players can have teams of six characters each but can only go into battles with three of them. They’ll go up against a bunch of minions in 3v3 and then finally, they’ll fight the boss in each battle. The main enemy that the characters are fighting is the Fractured.
The gameplay is quite fast-paced though and requires you to give it your complete attention as you attack and dodge at the right time. Players have to constantly move around in the arena for the best offensive and defensive moves. Each character has a light attack, a heavy attack, and then a special attack.
Like other similar RPG combat games, there are tanks, ranged attackers, melee attackers, healers, and others. As compared to earlier versions, this time around the gameplay revamp has really made everything feel really well made and engaging. There’s an auto mode in battles as well so if you don’t want to get into the gameplay too much, you can toggle it on.
Disney Mirrorverse offers multiple quests, dungeons with different sets of difficulties
Disney Mirrorverse has the main story mode in which they must collect stars. Along the way, they’ll get new characters and will have to upgrade the ones they already have since the difficulty keeps rising as they progress through the game.
The other mode is the events mode which has events like Tower of Troubles. The story is divided into chapters and has three difficulties (Normal, Hard, and Expert) and it’s actually a decent story that does a good job of explaining the dynamics between the characters.
The game isn’t too unfriendly to players who’re not ready to invest real money into it as resources aren’t too hard to come across and through daily and weekly missions and alliances, the game tries to hook in players and it is meant to be a serious kind of title where daily engagement is the norm.
The game provides 3D character models and comes with a smooth UI
Graphically, the game looks really good with well-designed 3D models for the characters. There have been changes to improve the graphics too and the audio is pretty decent with nothing to really complain about. The artwork is really well done, doing a good job of bringing well-known characters to screens in 3D form. The controls are really responsive and smooth while the UI also doesn’t seem to have any major issues
No adverts but being a gacha title standard IAPs do exist
The game doesn’t have any ads which is the standard now for most higher quality titles like this one however, there are IAPs as the game is a gacha title. In order to upgrade their characters, players can either grind which isn’t too hard but does require a fair bit of effort or they can pay to get through a bit faster.
Disney Mirrorverse has managed to improve quite a bit when you compare it to previous versions and if the developers keep working on the content like this, the game could surely become quite popular. The biggest distinguishing feature of the game aside from a fairly polished experience is the inclusion of various iconic characters from Disney’s IP.
It could really serve quite well as an element that draws in more people who otherwise might not engage with this particular game or games in this genre in general. Aside from that, the title really isn’t all too unique or new but it’s still worth a try if you’re into RPGs with real-time combat.
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