Forsaken World Face-off: Mobile Version VS. PC Version
This summer, MMORPG fans around the globe will be diving into Forsaken World Mobile. The mobile successor to the landmark MMORPG series on PC, the game draws heavily from its predecessors while adding some unique content of its own. Is Forsaken World Mobile worth checking out? Let’s compare it to the PC version and find out.
From a graphics standpoint, Forsaken World Mobile is powered by the Angelica 3D engine, the very same engine used in the PC version. The quality is comparable between versions, both in terms of game environments as well as skill effects.
Forsaken World Mobile boasts a significant audio advantage over the PC version of the game. Publisher Fedeen Games invited acclaimed voice actors Jason Canning (Diablo III, LEGO Star Wars) and Natalie Gray (Forever Knight, Kung Fu: The Legend Continues) to add their talents to the game. This extra attention to detail will surely contribute to a more immersive experience for mobile users.
Once you reach level 35 in Forsaken World Mobile, you’ll unlock the ability for your character to ride mounts. Mounts in the mobile version are restricted to land-based creatures only, but players will still be able to ride on flying mounts during some special scenes in the game. Each mount has its attributes that can enhance your character’s power.
Your Forsaken World Mobile character will also gain the ability to grow wings from level 40. The game contains numerous wings for players to collect, all of which can enhance your character’s attributes in differing ways. The wings will sport their own unique animations as the character uses the various skills at his or her disposal.
One of the most significant new features in Forsaken World Mobile is the addition of the Dreamscape. Players each have their own Dreamscapes in which they can acquire and manage their Artifacts, interact with friends for rewards, use their special Soul Tree, and more. The Artifact system is especially important. The seven Artifacts across the game can all enhance the player’s character in unique and critically important ways.
Perhaps the largest difference between the mobile and PC versions of Forsaken World relates to how the player interacts with and controls the game. On PC, players interface with the game with their keyboard and mouse. On the other hand, Forsaken World Mobile utilizes an intuitive, touch-based virtual controller interface, similar to many other action mobile games. It’s a simple, intuitive method designed to strengthen the connection between the player and the game.
Overall, Forsaken World Mobile inherited many of the features and aspects found in the PC games and loved by its players. However, in order to best serve its mobile platform, the game was forced to streamline its class and talent systems, while the occupation system was removed entirely. Nonetheless, the involvement of top-tier voice talent as well as the new Dreamscape system are sure to provide an overwhelmingly positive, new experience. And most importantly, Forsaken World Mobile can be played anytime and anywhere.
At last, take a look at the 2rd trailer of Forsaken World Mobile: