BGMI-maker Krafton launched its real-time player-versus-player (PvP) strategy game, Road to Valor: Empires, in India in February this year. A month later, the company released the game on Google’s Play Store and Apple’s App Store for Android and iOS users. Now, nearly two months later, the company has announced that it’s rolling out its first major update for the game, dubbed as version 1.14.
Road to Valor: Empires’ first major update introduces new training modes, alliance settings, and more free rewards to the game. The update also brings new weekly special chests that will be available to users at a discount. So, here is everything that is new in the game.
What’s new in Road to Valor: Empires?
Krafton has introduced training battles for players on Battlefield 1 – 5. In training battles, players will be able to understand the compatibility between units. On completion of these battles, they will also get a reward. In addition, players will also have the option to toggle Training Battles on and off in the game settings.
new alliance settings
Krafton has also made changes to the Alliance settings. This includes adding an “Invite Only” function. Players can now select users to apply for membership and add them as Alliance members. However, only leaders and advisors would have the ability to select members.
Version 1.14 of the game also enables users to earn more free rewards. “While users were initially rewarded for attendance once a day, they now have the option to double their rewards by watching ads,” Krafton wrote in a blog post. The daily ad viewing limit has been increased from one to three.
Krafton has also upgraded the weaponry. The company says that Susanoo’s active skill “Kusanagi no Tsurugi” has been improved for better attack damage growth and HP recovery at all levels. The building and unit attack damage dealt by “Breath of Orochi” has also been increased.
In addition Watchtower, Catapult, Tower of Babel, Dwarf Architects and Wooden Barrier have received improvements in speed, deployment time and HP. Benkei, Shieldman, Necromancer and Samurai have also been improved for HP, attack range and damage reduction. Lastly, the company has increased the victory reward for Trials of the Guardians’ “Hard” mode. “Users can now earn 1500 gold coins instead of 1000 earlier and 30 rare cards instead of 26 earlier,” the company said.
gold rush event
In addition to announcing the update, Crafton has announced the launch of an in-game event dubbed as ‘Gold Rush’. The eight-day event began on April 3 and will continue till April 10. Crafton says Gold Rush will give players a chance to win extra gold coins in 1:1 battles by destroying enemy towers. Users will receive 200 gold coins for each enemy tower destroyed in battle and 600 gold coins for destroying all three enemy towers.
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