Friday, November 3, 2017 — InnoGames follows its Elvenar Mobile announcement with the release of the November episode of InnoGames TV today. The about 12 minutes long video highlights a breakdown of Warlords of Aternum’s battle system, an in-depth look into the Elvenar mobile app and new updates for Forge of Empires, Grepolis and Tribal Wars.
The show starts off with Lead Community Manager David explaining the battle system for Warlords of Aternum. Players can look forward to learning the ins and outs of the game and see how the recent updates and changes affected the gameplay. David explains how to deploy and manage regiments while also clarifying the rock-paper-scissor dynamic between the different troops.
Afterwards the Elvenar team gives players a walkthrough of their new mobile app. Product Manager Jonas and Game Designer Timon discuss the challenges of developing it and how they managed to transition the game to mobile.
The video also covers Forge of Empires’ newest historical questline focusing on Rosa Parks. Players can discover the history behind this influential woman and get rewards along the way. This month fans can get the Royal Cascade building and a Rosa Parks portrait as rewards for completing all the quests.
The video concludes with new features for Grepolis and Tribal Wars. The Grepolis team reveals a new event titled Pandora’s Box. A mysterious box will appear in the player’s temple, releasing evil spirits that pester its citizens. Grepolis devotees will be tasked to send armies on special missions to defeat the them. Lastly, the Tribal Wars team announces a new feature called Scavenger Hunt which provides players with an additional option to collect resources. Each scavenger option will differ in length and can be unlocked after completing a quest.
Through its monthly video podcast, InnoGames provides the community with the latest news about its games. While the host speaks English, nine languages are available via subtitles on YouTube.
With about 200 million registered players, InnoGames is one of the world's leading developers and providers of online games. Currently, the Hamburg-based company employs over 400 professionals from 30 nations. InnoGames has scored major success with games such as Tribal Wars, Grepolis and Forge of Empires.
InnoGames TV - November Episode