Last year, Taiwanese developer X-Legend Entertainment promised to release a worldwide mobile version of the popular computer MMORPG the Aura Kingdom. And immediately after the release took place, I began working on a full-fledged sequel.
Recently, Aura Kingdom 2 has already been released in Singapore and Malaysia. The author of the MMO Culture portal played a little bit of it and shared gameplay videos.
Interestingly, in the new game, the authors got rid of the class switching function, which seems more convenient, and returned to the traditional “one hero – one class”.
The game has a system of Eidolon, thanks to which players can unite in groups of up to 5 people. The leader of such a unit is controlled by the player, and the rest are called upon at those moments when you need to use a special ability.
The general map is large enough with 10 locations and a couple of cities. And it does not display dungeons yet.
Otherwise, Aura Kingdom 2 is a traditional mobile MMORPG.