Best Mobile Games Coming in 2019
Glance back at 2018’s release of mobile games. It’s not hard to see that mobile gaming is quickly evolving from a way to stay sane while waiting for a new way to expand our gaming horizons. And, 2019 is sure to be a banner year when it comes to releasing some blockbuster games.
No matter what platform you prefer, the iOS app development teams and the Andriod app development teams in entertainment companies across the globe are looking for ways to improve your mobile gaming experience.
Take a look at what’s soon to be dropping into the app stores shortly.
RuneScape is a fantasy massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG). And, loyal desktop players have been awaiting its mobile launch for quite some time.
While no official release date has been announced, it’s hopeful that 2019 is the year that RuneScape players will get to go mobile.
Old School RuneScape has been available since October of last year, and there is a beta version you can play on Android right now.
If you are looking to battle the Behemoth monsters that are praying on humans while you are away from your PC, it’s your lucky day. Phoenix labs is branching out to X-Box One, PlayStation, Switch, and mobile. And, you can expect to see the mobile version of Dauntless this year.
Mario Kart Tour
Nintendo has done an excellent job keeping the details of Mari Kart Tour hush, hush. The only thing that is known about Mario Kart Tour is that it is a spin-off of Mario Kart Run and Mario Kart Arcade GP. The truth is, nobody knows what to expect—which is why its release is so anticipated.
Nintendo originally planned to launch Mario Kart Tour before March of 2019, but the game did not live up to Nintendo’s expectations, so they went back to the drawing board to make some improvements.
You can look for this mobile racing game in apps store this summer.
Curious about what happened between Diablo 2 and Diablo 3? Blizzard Entertainment has full intentions on filling in the gaps with its release of Diablo Immortal on mobile.
This RPG will fill in the 20-year gap in history that occurs during between the game’s predecessors.
Players will have the benefit of an on-screen controller to navigate the eight different zones that make up the game. And, developers assure that more Immortal will be updated regularly with new content.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades
The Elder Scrolls: Blades is a single-player role-playing game that is set to hit the apps stores this year.
Bethesda Game Studios put a lot of work into creating a role-playing game that requires the same type of awareness as necessary to play a PC or counsel game.
The game is not open-world, but it does include elements like town-building. And, it has a combat arena where you can go head to head against other players.
As you can see, there is something for every type of gamer out there.
And, if these mobile games continue to improve and evolve like they are now, who knows what the future holds for mobile gaming. One thing is certain. It means we need a lot more creative minds developing a lot more imaginary worlds so gamers can hop in and explore these alternative realities.