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World of Warriors

Rating Summary

Based on 11 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

54

Top Critic Average

18%

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Mar 21, 2018

Developer: Saber Interactive

Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Genre: Action

LET BATTLE COMMENCE! History’s toughest warriors find themselves summoned to a land beyond our own. In this mysterious kingdom, known as the Wildlands, the only way to survive… is to fight! Battle alone or alongside friends in a combat-focused adventure, as the epic World of Warriors™ universe from Mind Candy (creators of the global phenomenon Moshi Monsters™) makes its exclusive console debut on PlayStation4. • Unleash 40 warriors – including unlockable Skull Army bosses and a brand new character. • Toughen up your warriors with every battle to make them more powerful. • Survive eight unique arenas full of hazards and environmental dangers. • Team up with a friend in local co-op, or do battle in 2v2 versus mode. • Take the fight online, compete against other players and rise through the online divisions. Will you be crowned Champion of the Wildlands?
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World of Warriors – Announce Trailer | PS4

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World of Warriors tries to be the same funny game that succeeded in Android and iOS, but it is almost the same game and it feels too repetitive.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

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4 / 10
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World of Warriors is an example of a game that works normally and even looks relatively adequate, but the concept itself is so mediocre that there is absolutely no reason to play it on the PlayStation 4.

Review in Russian | Read full review

World of Warriors is a melee action game with tons of special powers and modifiers, and a frantic yet deep gameplay. The single player campaign offers a good variety of events and locations, and unlocks that do not need in-App purchases (although grinding remains mandatory if you want to succeed in the boss fights). A great and addictive time-consuming experience, even on PlayStation 4.

Review in Italian | Read full review

World of Warriors attempts to cast off its past as a mobile title, and in that regard it mostly succeeds. The new control options available thanks to the simple inclusion of a proper input device means that combat is tighter, and combos are easier to pull off. At about $20, though, most people might be inclined to keep playing the mobile version without a killer reason to pay money for something that's free elsewhere. For some, local co-op may be worth the price of admission, but for those without others to play with, the asking price may be a bit too steep at launch.

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