Destiny Knights is a hero collection game with a combat system that helps it stand out from the pack. As one’s team of heroes enters each stage, the player will have direct control over his/her team’s movement and skills in a 3D map. Players are able to aim their area of effect attacks and other skills, while having the advantage of time slowing down as they target their enemies. Players can also dodge, and the ability to use “Break Skills” to take advantage of a boss’ weakness.
The game features many of the modes players have come to expect from hero collection RPGs, including a tower to climb, event dungeons, and a Giants Dungeon featuring large scale bosses. There’s also PVP and guilds for those looking for a multiplayer experience.
Pre-registration is available on both the game’s official website and Google Play. Those that register on Google Play will be eligible to receive an extra 500 rubies when the game launches.
Destiny Knights was previously known as Destiny 6, and some of the game’s branding might still carry the original name. The game launched originally in December of 2017 and has been available in Australia, New Zealand, and large parts of Asia where it has accumulated over 1.5 million downloads so far.
Netmarble has been actively releasing and localizing new games of late. Most recently the Korean publisher launched the global version of turn based gacha RPG Knights Chronicle. Prior to that the company had released strategy war game Iron Throne and fishing game Fishing Strike. Netmarble is best known for MMORPG Lineage 2: Revolution and action RPG brawler MARVEL Future Fight.
Destiny Knights will be free to play and contain in app purchases. Here’s a trailer with a look at the game:
Interested? Check out the gacha game on Google Play.