Arena of Valor
Find all news, guides, tier lists, patch notes, and updates. Basically, anything of importance related to our favorite 5v5 AoV game can be found here!
Our old Bluemoongame visitors already got used to the format we present new or update old, content. Basically, we post whenever the game is updated with something of gameplay significance. As already mentioned this include patches, new heroes, new game features. We won’t be featuring cosmetic changes, like skins or graphics redesign.
So, hero guides, patch notes, and Tier List updates. However, we are open for suggestions in case the community desire something specific, there will be an effort on our part to meet the demands.
You see, “AoV” is a MOBA, (a Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) game that has been hugely popular in Asia ever since its release. The game has been developed by Timi Studio Group and published by Tencent Games. Its original version was released all the way back in November 2015 and called “Wangzhe Rongyao”. This game, a prototype of some kind was intended for the Chinese market, and, as such, it drew its lore and mythology inspiration from Chinese folklore and tradition. Once the game evolved into the popular title it is today, it became truly international, with a strange mix of DC Heroes and figures from European legends that all became heroes. Sounds strange, but it works surprisingly well. On the DC side of things, there are all the big names, like Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Joker and more, but the roster doesn’t end there. At the moment, there are more than 40 playable AoV heroes, with new characters, game modes, and events being added regularly.
One possible reason for the smooth familiarity of this game is the fact that it strongly resembles another offering from a Tencent subsidiary, Riot games. If you’re thinking “League of Legends”, you are completely right. Even the screen layout with directional buttons on one side and skill buttons on the other. Gameplay wise, it’s a familiar 5v5 multiplayer game where you take down towers and enemies that get in your way as you are rushing to your opponent’s base which you obliterate in order to win.
Now, none of this is a bad thing. In fact, one could say that the game only benefits from having a well-known gameplay system that has been proven to work. Add in the story that chooses only the finest myths to pick AoV heroes from (not to mention the fact that some of the characters are already DC… well, superheroes) and you got yourself a recipe for a good time.
“AoV Game” is free to play on iOS and Android, and the upcoming Nintendo Switch port will be free as well. Sure, there are optional in-app purchases, but with some devotion, you can grind your way to your own dream selection of heroes.