By Prarthito Maity | Mar 13, 2013 10:08 AM EDT
A brand new Dungeon Hunters could be on the cards for all the RPG fans around the planet with more RPG action to follow.
Gameloft has just teased the next game in line from the Dungeon Hunter series – Dungeon Hunter 4 – and has hinted that the next iteration in the series could soon arrive, according to reports.
“Something awesomely epic is coming… & it's Dungeon Hunter 4! The best of RPG & action: new story, dungeons, loot, craft… RT if you cant wait,” Gameloft states in its official Twitter page.
The tweet just merely specifies that Dungeon Hunter 4 will be coming, although no exact release date has been mentioned as of now. Apart from that, the game is also expected to have a new story, with more new dungeons to explore for fans.
The in-game loots have also been refreshed, alongside the crafting system, and that’s about everything the tweet reveals. Of course, Gameloft has also promised that Dungeon Hunters 4 will arrive with the best elements of RPG and action.
The developer’s official Google Plus page reveals: “A new chapter in the iconic saga awaits, with a return to dungeon crawling, a new story, more RPG features, special FX, & much more!”
“Hopefully, Dungeon Hunter 4 goes back to being a premium game instead of freemium and making use of in-app purchases in order to be enjoyable to play” according to Android Authority. “Just take EA’s Real Racing 3 as an example. Racing in that game is interrupted by repairs and tune-ups that require hours of waiting unless you spend real money to speed up the timer. What a bummer.”
The last Dungeon Hunter from Gameloft – Dungeon Hunter 3 – is free to play like its predecessors deals with the land of Gothicus where evil has once again taken over. “Face your destiny and enter the endless waltz of battle, victory and glory. 16 massive arenas are waiting for you now,” the Google Play page says. “Hero, this is your time to conquer!”
In Dungeon Hunter 3, players got the thrill of rediscovering the hack 'n' slash action gameplay that made the franchise so popular, alongside an epic real-time fighting with 16 different arenas, each of which could be challenged at five different levels of difficulty to provide optimal replay value.
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