Konami yesterday announced it will be releasing Star Wars: Force Collection on iOS and Android on September 4.
It’s going to be the first Star Wars digital card battle game, Konami said. Star Wars: Force Collection will challenge players to collect over over 230 character cards and discover special vehicle blueprints to create the ultimate Battle Formation comprised of the famous aircrafts like X-Wings, AT-ATs and Tie Fighters.
Once your deck is fully built, you’ll be set to challenge rivals in strategic battles, solve quests, participate in massive in-game events, level up among the Jedi or Sith Orders and more. Go past the fold for the full reveal…
The officially-licensed game takes place in the fabled Star Wars universe so expect not only the familiar villains from all six episodes of Star Wars movies, but also the official music and video.
According to a media release, there will be more than 230 heroes, villains and vehicles to choose from.
As players progress, their actions will determine whether they join and fight on the light or dark side of the Force during global player events.
Check out the iPad screenshots below.
Some of the key features include:
• Collect and strategize with your card deck, featuring characters and vehicles from Episodes I-VI.
• Draw from card packs to collect over 230 Star Wars characters that may be used to aid you in battle.
• Travel to some of your favorite planets from the vast Star Wars galaxy.
• Your actions determine the path to joining the light or dark side of the Force.
• Piece together blueprints to construct vehicles that provide you an edge in battle.
• Battle bosses and other players in quests and special in-game events by creating battle formations with your cards and vehicles.
• Defeat other players and loot their Blueprint Pieces, leveling up your Battle Ranking.
They are currently beta testing the game in select markets and will be releasing it on a free-to-play basis for the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Android devices on September 4.
By the way, September 4 may be the worst date to release a premium iOS game as both Samsung and Sony are slated to launch their next-generation tablets and smartphones on that day.
To learn more about the game, visit the official website.