Champions can truly shine as an individual in Core Masters, the free mmo moba game developed by Soft Bigbang and published by Neowiz Games and Rock Hippo. This Korean import breaks the limit of AoS games and allows for stress free playing for new and experienced moba players. Set in a vibrantly detailed fantasy world, players can assume the mantles of many different champions and engage in action-packed engagements upon the battlefield.
Core Masters shares many traits of your favorite moba games, but does have some differences as well. Just like other moba-style mmo games, players can pick and choose which champion to bring to the match. Each champion has their own unique advantages and disadvantages that will reflect in their gameplay. Players can choose from heroes such as Demona, the queen of the dead, or as Volcano, a flame-based destroyer. If you prefer to tank, you can play as Stellon, who is known as the shield of determination. There are some offbeat champions, such as Katrisha, a humanoid rabbit who is queen of the dark forest, and you can serve up punishment with a huge side of cuteness as Yami, the adorable little witch girl whose size belies her power.
Most moba games have players fight their way down various lines that are defended by towers, but Core Masters changes the formula. There are no towers that players need to vanquish in order to proceed. Another innovation is that matches are far quicker to play than the norm. A normal match can usually stretch upwards of 45 minutes, which can be quite fatiguing, but this mmo has matches that last from 15 to 25 minutes without losing any of the action.
The gameplay of Core Masters focuses on players getting cores, which are dropped from randomly spawned gates or other players. How these cores affect the outcome depends upon the mode. Casual team mode has players split into two teams of four champions each. The first team to twenty cores is the winner. Competitive team mode requires players to get cores and then detonate them at the enemy's base structure. The winning team is the one who completely destroys the opposing team's base first. The final mode of this moba-style game is the most innovative. Players can play in free-for-all mode, without having the stress of having to be part of a team. The iron-clad rule of team-only gameplay has been broken. Players can play solo in deathmatch contests where the winner is the first player to acquire ten cores. New players can also engage in co-op matches facing off against the game's AI.
Core Masters offers action-packed, dynamic combat that moba players crave, but adds some twists. Not having to beat down towers offers some new twists to the genre, it is the ability to play solo that changes the standard moba equation and will be a boon to new players to the genre
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