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Social RPG sequel Hello Hero Epic Battle is about to hit the West

By , on October 25, 2018
Last modified 2 weeks, 6 days ago

After racking up more than 20 million downloads and topping the app store charts in 49 countries, social role-playing smash Hello Hero has spawned a sequel.

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Hello Hero Epic Battle, which arrived in Southeast Asia and Korea early this year, is launching in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, New Zealand, Australia and China today, and is due to bring its brand of accessible RPG action to iOS and Android devices in Europe and the US early November 2018.

Developed by South Korean studio Fincon, the game picks up years on from its predecessor and sees the world of Armon come under threat once again. A new generation of heroes must join forces with the warriors of old to defeat the invading Phobos Army.

This time, players will have the chance to recruit from more than 100 customisable heroes and send them into battle across multiple modes, including a story-centric solo adventure, co-op, PvP, world boss raids and more.

Hello Hero Epic Battle is free to download and play, but there are optional in-app purchases for those who don’t mind shelling out real-world cash for the chance to progress faster.

The game is available through Google Play and the App Store in the Asian territories and is due to arrive in the West in early November. Keep tabs on its official Facebook page for more information about its global rollout.

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