Uncover a rich fantasy world in Brown Dust for iOS and Android

By , on March 7, 2019
Last modified 6 months, 2 weeks ago

After a hugely successful launch in Asia, the gorgeous tactical RPG Brown Dust for iOS and Android has now arrived on western shores. Neowiz’s latest boasts an immense attention to detail in its presentation, a layered and strategically challenging turn-based battle system, and an extensive story-driven campaign – no surprise then that it’s already amassed a sizeable fan base over here in the west.

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After the assassination of Emperor Altair II at the hand of your scheming father, the world of Brown Dust has fallen into utter chaos. It’s now up to you to gather a force of mercenaries, uncover the truth behind your father’s treasonous act, and put an end to the raging war.

Most of your time will initially be spent adventuring through the game’s quest-driven narrative. And, if you’re looking for a real challenge, it’s a good idea to try out the dungeons, co-op raids, world bosses, and seasonal PVP guild content. The combat itself is turn-based, tactical, and demanding. Though with over 300 mercenaries to collect, customize, and upgrade, you’ll have plenty of help along the way.

To celebrate the game’s launch, publisher Neowiz will be dolling out a handful of exclusive rewards to give you a little jumpstart. And from March 7th to March 17th, logging in will net you 10 free recruits – that’s 110 recruits overall from the launch event alone.

So, if you’re after a refreshing blend of classic turn-based combat, anime-inspired visuals, and compelling storytelling, Brown Dust is now available for download on the App Store and Google Play.


Brown Dust is currently searching for potential influencers to help raise the game's profile by taking part in potential partnership programs, covering events, community moderation and more. You can learn more about these partnerships by visiting the official Brown Dust website.

This article is sponsored as part of Steel Media Preferred Partners.


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