Summoners War: Lost Centuria is now available to pre-register following the release of a new gameplay trailer

The game will now include a battle replay system

Summoners War: Lost Centuria is now available to pre-register following the release of a new gameplay trailer

Publisher and developer Com2uS recently showed off a new gameplay trailer for their upcoming real-time strategy title Summoners War: Lost Centuria at the Taipei Game Show. They've also announced that players can also pre-register their interest now too. Update: the game has been released, and we already have a Lost Centuria beginners' guide and a tier list to help you out. 

The trailer, which you can see below, shows various aspects of Lost Centuria including the monster summoning animations, tweaks to the UI, new monsters you'll find and upgrades to graphics. They also unveiled a new battle format and the addition of a battle replay system. 

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If you're unfamiliar, Summoners War: Lost Centuria looks to blend the monsters and lore, popularised in Summoners War: Sky Arena, with an entirely new gameplay system that sees players wading into battle with a deck of cards. They will summon eight different monsters that cost varying amounts of mana, though a lower cost doesn't necessarily mean less useful or powerful.

Discussing the game, Kyu Lee, president, GAMEVIL Com2uS said: “The positive feedback from fans and influencers from Taipei Game Show just goes to show how well Summoners War: Lost Centuria is coming together, and how far we can take this IP.”

They added: “We’re continuously refining and improving Summoners War: Lost Centuria and last week’s event solidifies the incredible progress the development team has made since last November’s closed beta. We’re not ready to announce a launch date just yet but players who want the latest Lost Centuria news can pre-register now.”

Summoners War: Lost Centuria will eventually release on the App Store and Google Play. You can pre-register your interest in the game on the latter or by heading over to the game's official website.

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