Warcraft Rumble Goes Live Globally, November 3!
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
Experience the dazzling new sensation that’s been sweeping Azeroth, when Blizzard Entertainment’s mobile action strategy game Warcraft Rumble™ launches worldwide* on Android and iOS devices on November 3, live at BlizzCon 2023!

In taverns from Winterspring to Booty Bay, Horde and Alliance alike are gathering around a marvelous new machine, which brings miniature versions of their famous heroes and villains to life to do battle in strategic, frantic skirmishes.

Learn More About Warcraft Rumble

If you haven’t yet had the chance to get to know Warcraft Rumble, don’t worry. We have what you need to start planning your Mini adventures—for big fun.


Designed from the ground up for mobile and set in the beloved Warcraft universe, Warcraft Rumble invites players to build armies with their favorite heroes and villains from Warcraft and battle it out in exciting scenarios designed to test their tactical wits.

Build your forces from collections of Minis, starting with your armies’ Leaders—which include Warcraft notables like the Warsong chieftain Grommash Hellscream and Archmage Jaina Proudmoore—and fill in your rosters with rank-and-file Troop minis and powerful Spells. Each single-player mission presents its own distinct, strategic puzzle to solve, and players will have to nimbly adapt their tactics in real-time to overcome these frantic challenges.

  • Collect over 60 characters from across the Warcraft universe—brought to life as lovingly sculpted tabletop miniatures.
  • Triumph through an epic single-player campaign with over 70 missions.
  • Work with your Guild to earn seasonal rewards with War Chests.
  • Play cooperatively with your friends or put their armies to the test in competitive player-versus-player mode.
  • Engage in dungeons or take on demanding co-operative raids.
  • Flex your skills and earn more rewards with the Heroic Campaign.
  • Take on the Arclight Surge for new challenges and earn more rewards.
  • Join a guild, engage in PvP, and much more.




Earn more rewards with Arclight Surge.




Go head-to-head in PvP




Take on dungeons beginning at level 5.


Add More Joy with Mechanical Marvels

When you pre-register on the Google Play store or pre-order through the Apple App store*, you’ll receive four truly mecha-great items to use either on the battlefield or to customize your account when the game goes live.



Mecha Kobold Skin, Mecha Kobold Portrait, Mecha Tower Skin




Mecha Kobold Emote



Pre-Register or Pre-Order Today

Pre-register on the Warcraft Rumble official site today to be notified of the official launch. Android users can pre-register by visiting the Google Play store and Apple users can pre-order on the Apple App store today!

Warcraft Rumble Minimum Requirements

Available on iOS and Android.

iOS

  • iPhone 6s and higher
  • iOS 13 and higher
  • RAM – 2GB of RAM and higher

Android

  • CPU - Snapdragon 675 / Exynos 8890 and higher
  • GPU - OpenGLES 3.1 and higher
  • Adreno 612 / Mali-T880 MP12 and Higher
  • Android 5.1 (API level 22) and higher
  • RAM - 3GB of RAM and higher

Get ready to smash that button, load up your favorite Minis, and jump into the action-packed fun of Warcraft Rumble.

Stay on top of all the latest Warcraft Rumble news on the official site and by following us on our social channels Instagram, X, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch.

*Incentives available for two weeks after the official launch of Warcraft Rumble to all players who play Warcraft Rumble during that time period and defeat Hogger at the end of the tutorial.
This article was originally published in forum thread: Warcraft Rumble Goes Live Globally, November 3! started by Lumy View original post
Comments 17 Comments
  1. Roanda's Avatar
    I'm the biggest hater of hearthstone...and i was a player for a long time...but now im just a grumpy old man who still follows hearthstone news just to hate on it.
    What a hate boner i have...

    Please...don't monetize this game as bad as Hearthstone...
  1. Valhalladin's Avatar
    When it says pre-register, is that just clicking notification when it’s released on the Apple Store?
  1. rhorle's Avatar
    I had the beta for it and not sure if it is something I really like. I hope it is a success and inspires Blizzard to remake Heroes of the Storm into a PvE style game. A quick casual co-op/family friendly game. If the Microsoft merger does go through then they could even add in all the different IP's as heroes and maps. A minecraft dungeons style of game.
  1. fazaim's Avatar
    I don't understand why people give their money to these labmade mobile games, basing every step of development on statistics, psychology and fuckhead words like player retention.
  1. LordVargK's Avatar
    Why does a f2p game have a preregister?
  1. Magemaer's Avatar
    Yikes.
    No king rules forever RIPBOZO
  1. Gurbz's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by LordVargK View Post
    Why does a f2p game have a preregister?
    It's just to be notified/auto-install the game once it releases. Its a harmless marketing gimmick that many mobile games have used in the past.
  1. Baraden's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Magemaer View Post
    Yikes.
    No king rules forever RIPBOZO
    Can you actually articulate why Blizzard making a mobile game you never have to play is a bad thing?
  1. KainneAbsolute's Avatar
    The game is fun and not time-demanding. The monetization is tempting for certain units of bundles, but I got everything by playing (sometimes it takes time)
  1. Mendzia's Avatar
    Sad reality of our times.
    I would not install this dogshit even if they pay me for playing.
  1. McCrazy's Avatar
    I have one game on my smartphone and that's Mahjong, for times if I have to wait somewhere. Maybe there are games for mobile I would like, but I can't really see much on the small display. I tried to play something on my tablet, but why? I have a pretty good PC with 2 big monitors. Why should I waste my neck for such a game? Maybe I'm to old to understand the 'magic' of these cheap games, that make other people rich because they implement mindcontrolling mechanics that make the player buy stuff with microtransactions.
  1. saixilein's Avatar
    Cant wait to not playing this
  1. ParanoiD84's Avatar
    Hard pass for me and it's probably like every other mobile game where you get to a point where you have to pay to make some progress or can pay to skip and even if it's not it's not my kind of game.

    The art style though, big nope.
  1. Runicblood's Avatar
    Why so much hate? Game legit looks nice af and can't wait to play
  1. Unrealsiego's Avatar
    There are so many mtx and currencies in this game. :S
  1. ParanoiD84's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Runicblood View Post
    Why so much hate? Game legit looks nice af and can't wait to play
    Well after Diablo Immortal being one of the most monetizing games in existence one will be worried. Perhaps this one is different though still for me personally i dont like the style at all.
  1. Runicblood's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by ParanoiD84 View Post
    Well after Diablo Immortal being one of the most monetizing games in existence one will be worried. Perhaps this one is different though still for me personally i dont like the style at all.
    imo there is a clear difference between monetization here and diablo immportal though.

    Diablo was virtually impossible to progress past a point without buying crests or whatever it was called, this is just time gating (i think.. i hope)

    But if this is a clash royale style progress system, buying will not feel at all mandatory to progress.

    Time will tell i guess.

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