Game of Thrones MMO Game Coming Soon on Mobile!

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It’s a bit surprising that a rich world such as Game of Thrones hasn’t inspired more game developers to work on the IP. Thay may be changing soon, however, with the arrival of a new massively multiplayer online strategy game: Game of Thrones: Conquest.

Game of Thrones Conquest

In this new videogame developed by Turbine and co-produced by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and HBO, as “head of your new House,” you will “amass the might and resources necessary to achieve glory,” “navigate the dangerous political landscape of Westeros, forge strategic alliances, and outmaneuver rival threats,” and “capture iconic Seats of Power and set your sights on the Iron Throne itself.”

Game of Thrones: Conquest will be available later this year on Android and Apple devices (including iPhones and iPads) at their online services, Google Play and the App Store.

By pre-registering here, you will be receive a notification when the game is released, so you can get an in-game “Prepare for War” bundle only available during the first week. This time-limited bundle will get you Night’s Watch training gear (the Black of the Night’s Watch Chest Piece, the Sword in the Darkness and the Watcher on the Wall’s Helmet,) 2 Million of in-game Resources, 500 Gold, and 24 Hour’s Worth of Speedups. These items altogether would be worth $50 if you were to purchase them in the game.

GOT Conquest Build your House & Army Dothraki

Game of Thrones: Conquest may not be the triple-A RPG, MMORPG, or RTS many of us gamers might dream of, but Game of Thrones games are a rare enough thing and, if Turbine delivers and doesn’t fall prey to pay-to-win tactics, this could be a great game. After all, these are the developers of The Lord of the Rings Online, a critically acclaimed PC MMORPG. If they can recapture that magic on mobile devices, sign me up!

H/T Nerdist.

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    1. Color me skeptical as well. But yeah, I might check it out. I don’t tend to play MMOs, but I have heard LOTRO is good.

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    2. It’s Turbine, they haven’t had a successful product in over 10 years and recently moved directly to mobile. Their first mobile game was a complete failure. This will do the same.

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    3. Love the photo of Ice and Fire, but Jon looks alot taller than Dany in that shot, and he’s not that much taller…still love the photo.

      I produced a prototype for a live action movie style adventure game in the 90’s. Unfortunately the publishers we pitched didn’t fund the actual game, but I learned alot from the experience. I think someone should produce a live action adventure. I would love to play “Arya’s East of Essos” or something like that. Have a different quest RPG from a few of the major characters and choose your arc. Some secondary characters would even be fun, such as Pod or Meera. The tech is so much better than what we had in the 90’s. It could be totally amazing. You shoot the scenes with the real actors with multiple scenarios, build in your puzzles and fighting interface. Yes, it would probably cost a fortune to pay the actors and the special effects team, but they might make a fortune, and the actors would probably enjoy doing it.

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    4. If people had their druthers what types of GoT games would they want to see? I’m just a casual gamer and no expert but seems like for a property so full of potential there haven’t been any truly great games in the ASOIAF universe.

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    5. Sunfyre,

      Crusader Kings 2 has a full conversion mod set in the world of A Song of Ice and Fire (ASoIaF) which allows some “what if” scenarios.

      People I know who have played it seem to like it, but I haven’t played it because I really really sucked at the base game!

      Would love to see a full ASOIAF conversion for Witcher 3, because the art is beautiful and would suit ASOIAF perfectly.

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    6. I’ll give it a shot. Some of these kind of games are okay. They’re so limited though and feel more like a board game with fancy visuals.

      I’ve been hoping for a major mmorpg but it seems that market has slowed down for this genre. Maybe I burned myself out and the market is still going strong. I played the hell out of GW, GW2, AoC, Aion, and many hours in several others. I just haven’t seen any new ones that interest me in the last handful of years. Still, ASoIaF/GoT, that entire world is perfect for that style of game. In my opinion it’s a bad choice not to create one with the popularity of GoT. It already has a fanbase built in that companies creating new IP games do not. A major mmorpg should have been deep into development by about the fourth season of the show. It’s not too late though, especially with HBO working to create another series.

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    7. Clob,

      I have to continue my thoughts… While I said I’d try this new mobile game, and maybe even sort of enjoy it, it’s not going to be what Westeros ‘nerds’ want. What Valyrian Vlinder is wanting by bringing up Skyrim is what I want. I want the immersion of controlling my own character across the Seven Kingdoms; choosing to explore the busy streets of King’s Landing, encountering ghosts on a quest inside Harrenhal, stand in the courtyard of Winterfell that we’ve seen so many times on the show, craft a loaf of wolf shaped bread at Inn and the Crossroads…. So much of Westeros has been seen now on GoT that things just need to be recreated… Sigh… I shouldn’t get excited over something that probably won’t exist…

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    8. Its available in Australia and so far it’s fun … just started playing … thought it was another shitty ripoff game but since its HBO official I figured let’s give it a try … something to keep us going till season 8
      It also seems to start where season 7 ended or midway through season 7 cuz they’re already using Dragonglass to defeat the WW and Jon and Dany have teamed up (is that a game spoiler )

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    9. Sansa’s Knight:
      Its available in Australia and so far it’s fun … just started playing … thought it was another shitty ripoff game but since its HBO official I figured let’s give it a try … something to keep us going till season 8
      It also seems to start where season 7 ended or midway through season 7 cuz they’re already using Dragonglass to defeat the WW and Jon and Dany have teamed up (is that a game spoiler )

      Yes, it’s a game spoiler. But I must ask: How many bosses must I face?

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    10. Omg the coolest part of this game is the map … you can travel all over westeros (the parts they’ve released so far) and see all the castles and what they’d look like if they were a part of the intro … and yes the score is beautiful too
      I’ve found my new obsession

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    11. Erica,

      It’s not so much bosses as much as having to fight other players or pledge allegiances …
      Eastwatch still stands so we aren’t at the end of season 7 yet … not gonna give away anything else there’s so much to discover … been playing for an hour and I’m still discovering new stuff
      I will say this … it’s kinda shitty the game wasn’t released to the whole world at the same time cuz now players in Australia have the advantage of taking all the large keeps

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    12. Tron79,

      Love the photo of Ice and Fire, but Jon looks alot taller than Dany in that shot, and he’s not that much taller…still love the photo.

      And they airbrushed out all signs of humanity.

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    13. Grayven Reyne:
      It looks like a generic build-your-lands-and-army game with a license to use GoT names and images.

      That’s exactly what it is. There are some game play vids on YouTube. Interest is going to have to come from being a fan of the show as there are a number of similar games out there already.

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    14. Great, another pay-to-play game with (touchscreen) limited controls, yet now with GoT names added. No thank you. Games on mobile devices are only popular because of the way people’s brains are wired, they are never worth it from a gaming perspective. Never.

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    15. Clob,

      I’ve never played these kinds of games and don’t think I’d want to start.

      Unless it’s Arya going around assassinating people accompanied by her mentor The Hound, and Maisie W and Rory M get royalties and licensing $$.

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    16. Ten Bears:
      Clob,

      I’ve never played these kinds of games and don’t think I’d want to start.

      Unless it’s Arya going around assassinating people accompanied by her mentor The Hound, and Maisie W and Rory M get royalties and licensing $$.

      Many people invest time and money into playing this kind of game on a mobile device. I do play a few games on my cell quite a bit, but mostly as time wasters, and most of them force you to wait for timers or pay money. I’ve found that their items for real money purchase are absurdly priced, comparable to or even higher than the best MMO games I’ve played over the years. The return on investment is nowhere near the same though. I’d rather bury myself into the world of a triple-A mmorpg where your play style and playing time isn’t limited.

      If someone were to make a good RPG, playing as Arya with the Hound as a companion would be entirely possible. There’s a lot they could do with that, including training her skills enough to wear faces.

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    17. Sunfyre,

      I’ve always wanted a GOT fighting game like Tekken or Virtual Fighter or Killer Instinct etc. There’s PLENTY of distinct warriors with different abilities. Who don’t want to see a full fight between young or old Ned Stark and Jaime Lannister, or a fair Jaime Vs Brienne fight or “Clegaine Bowl” till you’re heart’s content. The matches are endless… Unsullied vs Dothraki vs a Knight in the fighting pits with tons of different rules. You could also have jousting and tournaments! Why the HELL isn’t someone working on this already????

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    18. GoT and ASoIaF deserve proper video game treatment, the mods for Atilla Total War are pretty dam amazing, and the Crusader Kings 2 Mod is pretty awesome too! I knew right away this would be another copy-cut mobile clash of clans style game,

      come on HBO, use that license properly!!!

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    19. This reminded me of an article I read once about Bethesda wanting to adapt the ASOIAF books into a game but they ultimately developed a game no one ever heard of or played called “Skyrim”… *insert sarcasm here*

      There are also the Telltale games if you’re looking for something more console based.

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