Blizzard’s first Warcraft mobile game, “Warcraft Arclight Rumble” announced

Blizzard officially released its mobile game “Warcraft Arclight Rumble” under the World of Warcraft universe today. The company also released the Chinese version of the game preview and demo video. The game’s official website is also currently active. This game is positioned as a strategy action game, including PVP and PVE gameplay. It will also include more than 65 well-known characters from the “Warcraft” universe. As of now, there is no official date for the availability of this game.¬†

Warcraft Arclight Rumble

Warcraft Arclight Rumble is specially designed for mobile devices. Players will use the iconic characters in the “Warcraft” universe to form a team, and players will have the opportunity to collect from Warcraft. Over 60 classic characters in the series, featuring heroes, villains, monsters and more. Each unit has unique skills that can be further enhanced with talents.¬†In the game, they will appear in the form of a board game-style Q version of the image.

The game offers players an epic single-player campaign with over 70 levels. Each single-player campaign level is a unique strategy puzzle, and players need to adapt and adjust tactics in real-time to complete these exciting challenges.

In this game, complete levels and missions to earn treasure lions so your team can thrive. Baoshi can be used to buy more followers, talents, experience points and books of experience to help your team continue to grow, and then bring more chaos!


In Warcraft Arclight Rumble, power is crucial. The same force is a family, and the family will help each other:

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  • The noble¬†alliance¬†has many defensive units and spells.
  • The domineering¬†tribe is invincible.
  • Blazing¬†black rock can burn a large hole in the enemy’s defences.
  • The ghostly¬†undead is adept at¬†flooding the battlefield with¬†massive skeletons.
  • Ferocious¬†beasts¬†swarm the plains and rainforests of Azeroth, trampling their opponents.

Conquer levels by repeating challenges with five captains of different factions to unlock additional rewards.

Team leader

Soldiers of all kinds need people to command, and a team that is invincible is inseparable from a wise captain. Use captains to customize tactics and combine your own gameplay. Captains are the backbone of your clan, while soldiers and spells complement your clan.

Alliance: Alliance Captains are good at supporting defence, healing and stealth tactics, and they also use a lot of spells. Tirion Fordring, Maiev Shadowsong, and Jaina Proudmoore will all be loyal to the Alliance.

Horde: Horde captains such as Grommash Hellscream, Sneed, and Cairne Bloodhoof are adept at getting ready to go, using bonus gold, aggressive units, and crowd stun control to their advantage.

Blackstone: Captain Blackstone includes Red Blackhand and General Dakisas. They pride themselves on their fast-moving flying units, and their elemental magic operators can burn their opponents to the core.

Undead: Undead Captains wield powerful necromancy on the battlefield. Bloodmage Tharnoth grows stronger each time he casts a spell. Baron Rivendell will use the massive undead to move forward, extracting their health, so that he can stand on the battlefield.

Beasts: Beast captains such as Calgar Thornrib can paralyze enemy defences, allowing hordes of beast allies to rush out and quickly overwhelm opponents. Captains such as Hogg are good at quickly deploying cheap soldiers to overwhelm your enemies with vast herds.

Adjust captains and soldiers between battlefields, tackle the challenges ahead, and explore new synergies.

Pro tip: If you like to use siege units, go for Sneed, his specialization, lust for profit, will allow your siege units to grab extra gold. Want to take over the skies and launch airstrikes? Then choose Red Blackhand, whose ability to cover the sky can reduce the gold cost of all flying units by one unit.

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