Guild Raids On The Way For Valiant Force 2 - Droid Gamers

Guild Raids On The Way For Valiant Force 2 – Droid Gamers

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There are new features coming to Arathos, as the Valiant Force 2 Guild Raid Beta kicks off on the 18th of May.

Valiant Force 2 dropped in February in the South East Asia region and got its long-awaited global release in April, something that should please players from all locations.

The Guild Raids introduce an element of cooperation to the game. You’ll need to team up with your guildmates and take on some much tougher foes than you might normally run into. Working together is a must.

New Content For a Popular Sequel

Valiant Force 2 is an RPG sequel to the popular title Valiant Force, though it features its own story, so you’re free to hop into the series without missing too much.

It’s set in the fantasy world of Arathos, where things went a bit wrong. The Kingdom’s hero, Leon Daracan, has disappeared, and the Crystal of Arathos along with it. The citizens stand torn between faith in their missing savior and the belief that he betrayed them.

You take on the role of Elise Arkwright, an idealistic young knight out to crusade for truth and justice, along with her friends Felix Vulcan and Maeve Astraea. It’s up to Elise and her pals to step into the newly-vacant hero role and save Arathos from the new threats closing in.

Auras And Airships

The game is a strategy RPG, with turn-based battles that utilize the game’s Aura Trigger system. This adds an additional layer of complexity to the fights while letting you potentially line up massive combos if you play your cards right.

This is along with airship combat dogfights that let you face off against other players in PVP.

All of it comes together under a soundtrack composed by Final Fantasy XII composer, Hitoshi Sakimoto.

If this sounds like your speed, you can grab Valiant Force 2 now on Google Play.

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