Tower of Fantasy takes a step closer to launch with the release of the creative and social gameplay trailers

Level Infinite and Hotta Studio have been developing Tower of Fantasy, a mobile open-world MMORPG for a while now. Pre-registration opened towards the end of June and the official release is so close you can almost taste it. The game officially arrives on mobile and PC next week on August 11th but eager fans can start pre-loading it from August 9th. Since we’re so close to launch, the developers have released two videos that showcase the creative and social gameplay aspects of Tower of Fantasy. Check them out below!


The first video, which has been embedded above, demonstrates all the creative gameplay that will be featured in Tower of Fantasy. There is a tonne of customization options, allowing players to decide their character’s features from eyes to hair to clothes and so much more. Traversal options are also plenty with the car-like Voyager, the speed-bike Falcon, the Omnium Beast VII, Wheeler Dust, Monocross and even a jet-pack.

Players will be able to live out their fantasies and follow their dreams, even if it means just having a blast in the theme park. Sure, there are enemies out there that need to be defeated, but the players’ wishes will always come first.


The next video showcases the social aspects of Tower of Fantasy. The world needs saving, but why do it alone? Players can band together with like-minded folk who will fight along their side in tough battles. These little squads can travel together and explore the vast world while also enjoying the carnival. Being on a rollercoaster with your friends is so much better than having to do it alone.

Embark on this majestic journey now by pre-registering for Tower of Fantasy by clicking one of the links below.

Until you wait, also check out this list of the best open-world games to play on mobile!

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