Battle Worlds: Kronos (Our Review) is a turn-based strategy game set in a sci-fi opera universe developed by King Art Games, that was first released in November 2013 on PC. It has been since ported to other platforms, including PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Android, and iOS. It's only logical that the next platform for porting would be the Nintendo Switch, which is becoming the ultimate destination of almost every new and old game ever made, as the ultimate handheld gaming device that can also be played while docked in TV mode. So if you were looking for a turn-based strategy game to play on the go, here's one.
KING Art Games decided that the Nintendo Switch offered great features such as touch screen controls and new maps that could be specifically designed for the Hot-Seat Local Multiplayer mode. Now players can experience Battle Worlds: Kronos in three huge campaigns with over 60 hours of playtime in total, facing the challenges of a strong AI, commanding a wide range of ground, air, and sea units. It's in many ways a classic turn-based strategy game inspired by the strategy masterpieces of the 90s such as Blizzard's WarCraft and StarCraft. This rerelease also includes the full DLC campaign Trains. You'll also be able to battle your friends in local multiplayer sessions on new maps created specifically for this mode.
While Battle Worlds: Kronos didn't do quite so well in its original PC release, it just might find higher success on a new and exciting platform such as the Nintendo Switch. Battle Worlds: Kronos will release for the Nintendo Switch on June 11 for $29.99. You can find more information on the game's Nintendo Switch Store page.
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