BGMI, PUBG Maker Krafton to Launch New Game in India Soon


A new mobile-only game from Krafton, the company behind PUBG and Battlegrounds Mobile India, will soon be available in India. Krafton India and its India CEO, Sean Sohn, have teased the new title Road to Valor Empires on LinkedIn and other social media platforms. Krafton acquired Dreamotion in 2021, which developed the game. In India, the developer already makes some strategy-action games like Ronin: The Road to Valor, The Last Samurai: The Second World War and GunStrider: Tap and hit.

In addition, Road to Valor Empires has been teased numerous times on Dreamotion’s YouTube channel over the past few months. The game’s official trailer, which debuted in May 2022, features mythical characters from which players can select. Athena, the goddess of war, Odin, the king of Asgard, Medusa, Manticore, Achilles, and even Valkyries are mentioned in the official Google Play description.

Although the game looks like The Age of Empires, players can choose to play as mythical creatures like dragons. The title’s primary objective is to eliminate the enemy army. Road to Valor, according to the company: Real-time PVP strategy game Empires lets you control mythical heroes, beasts, and gods in battle with other players from around the world.

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As its name suggests, Road to Valor and Empires may share some similarities, including Second World War. As a World War II general, you can compete against other players from around the world in this real-time PVP strategy game.

In the meantime, RisingWings, Krafton’s subsidiary, plans to release Defense Derby, a brand-new mobile game. Players will be required to construct a deck and defend their castle in the title’s PvP mode. Users will need to acquire cards through an auction system in order to construct a powerful deck.

Otherwise, due to security concerns, Krafton’s most popular PUBG franchise and Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) can still be played on Android and iPhone devices. The Indian government blocked both games.