Dragons and Titans Gameplay Video and First Impressions
Thanks to the rise in popularity of e-sports, MOBAs (multiplayer online battle areas) like DOTA2 and League of Legends have seen a massive rise in popularity. Die-hard fans of the genre have likely placed their MOBA flags in the camps of one of those two genre-defining titles, but that hasn’t stopped the competition from attempting to recapture the magic with new spins on the genre. Rather than slapping a new coat of paint on the regular MOBA hero archetypes, the folks at Wyrmbyte have decided to place the heroes on the backs of fire-breathing dragons. That’s enough to get our attention…
Dragons and Titans is a new free-to-play (with microtransactions, of course) game that attempts to bring some unique changes to the MOBA genre. With the options of three unique competitive multiplayer modes and a substantial adventure (campaign) mode, Dragons and Titans definitely brings enough new material to the table to make the game worth a second look.
The first thing that really caught our eyes in Dragons and Titans was the aesthetic. The maps are stunning, the animation of the attacks looks great, and every dragon we came across was unique and eye-catching. As far as free-to-play games goes, this one really ups the ante on art, polish, and details. Although the selling-point for most competitive games is more about the balance and entertainment value of the multiplayer modes than it is about the pretty landscapes and texture details, the high-quality look of the game definitely enhanced our enjoyment during the first few hours.