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War Commander: Rogue Assault fires up the battlefield for Alliances with its multi-target DOMINION update

War Commander: Rogue Assault fires up the battlefield for Alliances with its multi-target DOMINION update

KIXEYE has just announced the launch of its highly anticipated DOMINION update for War Commander: Rogue Assault. The strategy RTS on mobile lets players create a military powerhouse with real-time combat and zero build times on iOS and Android.

In War Commander: Rogue Assault's DOMINION update, players can engage in a thrilling competitive team-based gameplay using multi-target "King of the Hill" style wars. Alliances can fight alliances at the same time, all with the ultimate goal of capturing Battle Zones that provide useful and exclusive movement access. They also provide welcome boosts for your entire Alliance, so capturing them can definitely turn the tide in your Alliance's favour.

It’s been a long time coming, but we’re ecstatic to finally give the War Commander fans the DOMINION update they’ve long been waiting for,” says Colin How, CEO of KIXEYE. “The Warzone is one of the fan-favorite features in War Commander: Rogue Assault and DOMINION breathes new life into the game as a whole.”

In case you're not familiar with the game, War Commander: Rogue Assault lets you fight in either single-player campaigns or go head-to-head with others in PVP multiplayer open-world challenges. You have direct control of your infantry and tanks, so you can build your empire in a challenging and fast-paced environment.

If you're keen on experiencing the DOMINION update and trying it out for yourself, you can download War Commander: Rogue Assault on the iOS App Store or on the Google Play Store for Android devices. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases. You can also find out more about the mechanics of the update on the official website.

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