Battle Chasers: Nightwar opens up pre-registration / pre-order on mobile

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The classic inspired RPG Battle Chasers: Nightwar is coming to mobile devices on 1st August this year, and you can pre-register or pre-order it right now.

If you’re on Android you can find its store page here. On this page you can pre-register, which is simply a sign of interest on your part. On or close to the release date you should get an alert reminding you of the release so you can pick it up.

Similarly a store page exists for the title for iOS, but there is up for pre-order for $9.99. This price is shared between the two versions but only the iOS has it listed at this time.

Those worried that they’re going to be charged up front for this game, followed by ads, paid DLC or loot boxes can rest easy as the press release we received assures that there is none of that here, simply a mobile port of the game.

While we do believe that statement, we still suggest holding off on any pre-orders or purchases on the day of release until some reviews come out. We also suggest seeking out information about its performance, especially on the device you intend to play it on.

If you’d rather not wait, or you prefer to play the game on something that isn’t a phone or tablet, it is available on the three big consoles (Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) as well as PC via Steam.

The latter may be the best place to get it as it is discounted by 67% on that platform as part of the Steam Summer Sale 2019. You can also read a lot of helpful user reviews there where it’s currently sitting with an overall “Mostly Positive” ranking with close to three thousand responses from players.

If this is your first time seeing the game there’s a helpful new trailer out to give you a quick taste. Due to the fact that this title has been out for a couple of years now, you can also look out for longer reviews or even full playthroughs, if that’s your kind of thing.

Clinton Matos

Clinton Matos

Clinton has been a programmer, engineering student, project manager, asset controller and even a farrier. Now he handles the maker side of