Cross platform gaming is the future and today comes the announcement that very soon all Xbox One, PC and mobile players of Tactical Monsters will soon be challenging each other.
Camex Games have today confirmed that their tactical strategy title, Tactical Monsters, will soon be coming to Xbox One. With the game already free-to-play on mobile and PC, it’ll allow gamers to join in PvP matches with players across all platforms – and there will no doubt always be someone to challenge.
“Tactical Monsters has been well received by PC and mobile players, and we are excited to bring the quick strategic depth of the game to Xbox One,” said Michael Tseng, COO of Camex Games. “With over 1.5 million downloads and the new cross play capabilities, gamers will have even more opponents to challenge around the world whether they play on PC, mobile devices, or the Xbox One.”
Tactical Monsters features include:
- Collect Unique Monsters – Battle through Adventure Mode to recruit unique monster cards and build an unstoppable army.
- Train and Bring the Pain! – Gain experience in a variety of modes and level up your monsters to unlock ridiculous powers and destructive skills.
- Survival Mode – Take on the Guerrilla Warfare Mode and run the gauntlet against a lineup of never-ending BOSSES.
- Practice Makes Perfect – Sharpen your tactics and perfect your new monsters’ abilities by visiting Training Grounds.
- Online Multiplayer – with more than half a million matches taking place every day, there’s always someone to battle in real-time live PvP as you fight to be the best in the world!
- Tenacious D – Set your optimal defense formations and layouts inMine Defense.
Be Part of the Community – Ally with your clan mates to chat strategy, to share cards and be the #1 clan in your country.
With upwards of 1.5 million players available worldwide, and a launch on Xbox One coming in 2018, anyone who is looking for a free-to-play title that delivers the content could do worse than check out Tactical Monsters. We’ll be sure to remind you when it hits the Microsoft Store for a download.