‘World at Arms’ for Windows 8, 10 Welcomes New Features and Tweaks
Recently released by Gameloft in the Windows Store, the official World at Arms game has now received a huge update which is the biggest once since the title has made its way for Windows 8, RT and 8.1 users. Read below for more details on this.
Gameloft is one of the biggest developers who firmly believe in Windows 8’s features and that’s why they have kept on releasing awesome games in the Windows Store. One of the latest releases is World at Arms, which now has received a huge update that you definitely need to hear about. First of all, the game now comes with 3 big new features – there are now 3 new Boss Submarines in the Lottery that you can fight against; there’s now the ability to complete the new Daily Missions for great Rewards and a new ranking system has been put in place, thus the World Conflict splits to 500 Factions per Leaderboard and the top 50 factions get rewarded.
Besides this, there have been made some in-game tweaks to the economy settings, as follows:
- 50% Thorium Price Decrease for Tier-5 Fusion
- 60% Thorium Price and Construction-Time Decrease for building Atlas
- 50% Coin Price Decrease for all Island Expansions
- 50% Coin Price Decrease for all Underwater Thorium storage and mining buildings
Gameloft has also issued some anti-hacking measures to the game and the traditional bug fixes.
In this free-to-play all-out modern-war strategy game, you will battle across the globe, in the sea’s depths, on the ground, and in the air, following a deep solo campaign and fighting in an exciting multiplayer mode. Take advantage of the rich social features to find allies and chat to devise a cunning battle plan, for free! Join or create your own Faction to combine forces! Make your name known on the leaderboards by challenging rivals and stealing their resources and by becoming the best player in this immersive game!
So, just update to the latest version if you’ve been playing World at Arms for a while now on your Windows 8 device. If it’s your first time hearing about it, just follow the download link from below to get it.
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