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access_time April 16, 2014 at 12:14 PM in News by Charlie Grammer

Dragons and Titans receives a host of new features

Dragons and Titans receives a brand new dragon.

Dragons and Titans receives a brand new dragon.

Today the independent developer Wyrmbyte, in partnership with the indie publisher Versus Evil, announced that their new MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena), Dragons and Titans has received several important updates.

These updates include an improved control scheme. The developers, upon listening to community feedback, decided to add a click to move system with auto targeting and key binding. This way the controls will feel more familiar to gamers who are used to playing other competitive MOBAs.

They weren’t simply made to feel more familiar, however. The updated scheme also introduces strafing and allows for play beyond the simple “Push forward or fire while fleeing”. In addition, if you prefer the original controls you now have the option of using those, the new controls, or even a game controller.

The announcement arrived soon after the new Spring Season kick off, which utilizes an updated pool of prizes for the top gamers. For those interested, the top 100 players in the world will receive an exclusive Spring Season avatar. The top player in the United States will win a Gigabyte™ BRIX Gaming Ultra Compact PC powered by an AMD A8 APU and AMD Radeon™ R9 M275X graphics, with the next 4 runners up in the US receiving an AMD Radeon™ R7 200 Series Graphics Card. Full details about this new prize pool will be released later, but the Spring Season runs until June 30, 2014.

The final update today boasts a brand new dragon. This dragon, known as an Icemaul dragon, is the cold and cruel undisputed king of the polar seas. In addition to excelling at siege attacks, they can utilize long range assaults to break up enemy formations so that territory can be taken or reclaimed.

Will you be able to make it into the top 100?



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