Developers: My Next Games, Booming Games
Genres: MMO, Strategy
Let destruction rain down upon your enemies! Master the art of siegecraft in thrilling, real-time, tactical PvP battles inspired by medieval warfare where two teams of 15 players fight and defend their fortifications. Devastate castle walls with heavy siege weapons like trebuchets and mortars, and command hundreds of units from horseback amidst the maelstrom of war.
Vie for control of land and power in a vast and ever-changing open world. Engage enemy conquerors in skirmishes to seize their land and expand your empire. Gather resources, establish trade routes, and improve your castle to see your economy grow and thrive.
Command an army with one of 10 powerful warlords, each boasting distinct fighting styles, special abilities, and unique tactical advantages that can help turn the tide of battle in your favor. Then, mix and match different units to build your army: order a volley from the English Longbowmen, unleash the firepower of the Tercio Arquebusiers, or send in the cavalry with the Cataphract Lancers.
Create your own House to join forces with other warlords, using your combined power and influence to declare war under one mighty banner. Forging powerful and strategic alliances can be the key to victory and a sustained, prosperous empire. But beware, alliances can be broken too!
Conqueror's Blade: Siegecraft. Gameplay Trailer
Conqueror's Blade: Weapon Specializations. Gameplay Trailer
Conqueror's Blade: Spoils of War Trailer
Conqueror’s Blade attempts to set a new standard for what a tactical action MMO can look like. The game does achieve some of what it sets out to do, with some truly great tactical moments and some epic battle sequences. However, clunky, simple player combat, overwhelming progression systems and lacklustre visuals and open world leave the game feeling underwhelming and a bit disappointing.
Conqueror's Blade is genuinely fun. The battles are frantic, the breadth of units is awesome, and the variety of game modes and diverse places to progress mean that Conqueror's Blade is a great game to play for both casual and dedicated players. Its open-ended and broad nature also mean that there are plenty of avenues to explore, whether on the world map, in terms of mechanics, or even progression. Just be prepared for to sink the necessary amount of time to enjoy all that it has to offer.