S8UL teams up with KRAFTON to serve as the launch’s official talent partner
The popular battle royale game BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA’s developer, KRAFTON, has partnered with S8UL, India’s top esports organisation. This comes at a time when the developers are launching their newest mobile title, Road to Valor: Empires. This unique collaboration between an Indian esports organisation and a South Korean developer is inspiring. The release of “Road to Valor: Empires” presents an exciting opportunity for Indian gamers and the esports industry to foster the expansion of the Indian Gaming Ecosystem.
Check out our previous articles on Road to Valor: Empire to know more.
Collaboration of S8UL and KRAFTON
S8UL Esports is an Indian team created through a collaboration between Team SOUL and 8bit creatives, two influential esports organisations. The esports games Clash of Clans, Clash Royale, and Free Fire are among those in which S8UL competes. S8UL is optimistic about the potential influence of Road to Valor: Empires on the Indian gaming industry. Indian gamers have numerous opportunities to develop their abilities. They have an exceptional gaming experience thanks to KRAFTON’s expertise and experience in the gaming industry and Road to Valor’s promising gameplay. S8UL is pleased to assist the community in witnessing and experiencing the game through its creators during this journey.
Launch of Road to Valor: Empires by KRAFTON
Road to Valor: Empires, a game developed by KRAFTON and Dreamotion, a KRAFTON subsidiary, puts players in command of mythical warriors and legendary guardians as they embark on quests, raise armies, and engage in combat. Thanks to the launch of Road to Valor in India on the Play store and App store, gamers can now engage in an exhilarating game that will challenge their abilities and present them with thrilling opportunities to learn more about gaming and esports. Since it went live on February 23, the game, the successor to Dreamotion’s Road to Valor: World War II, has received 2.5 lakh pre-registrations. RTV: Empires have been localised for India, beginning with full Hindi language support and some country-specific material.
Unique multi-player rooms in Road to Valor: Empires
Players can design unique multi-player rooms in this version of Road to Valor: Empires to host games, watch others play, and engage in online competition. According to a press release from KRAFTON, the game offers a starter pack with rewards starting at Rs. 29, and support for additional Indian languages will soon be enabled. Like Clash Royale, players must devise a plan and direct their troops to destroy all three of their opponent’s towers. Players can choose from various mythological figures, including the Asgardian king Odin and the Greek goddess Athena, to name a few. In addition, KRAFTON promises that Road to Valor: Empires will receive regular post-launch content, such as new characters, civilisations, in-game activities, and “esports tournaments.”