Actoz SG recently announced the upcoming new mobile MOBA title Clash of Titans. The game is expected to be released shortly. While the game is published by Actoz, some of the promotional posters for the mobile MOBA title are very similar to Tencent’s Arena of Valor (AoV). The Titans seen in the posters are identical to the heroes found in AoV, while the skins and maps in the game are presented similarly. Clash of Titans is marketed as “India’s first mobile MOBA game”, with major titles like Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) and League of Legends: Wild Rift currently unavailable in the region .
Clash of Titans artwork resembles Arena of Valor
Mobile MOBA fans of India have received exciting news with the announcement of a new mobile MOBA title coming to the region soon. Not long after the announcement of the mobile MOBA’s arrival, fans noticed that the promotional images resembled the heroes found in Tencent’s Arena of Valor. The icon of the application is the face of the hero Thane.
The Google Play Store version of the game has also revealed some images where the AoV heroes can be seen including the iconic hero Arthur and some of his skins.
It should be noted that Clash of Titans has not officially revealed gameplay or in-game footage of this title so far. It will be interesting if the gameplay aspects of the new game are similar to Arena of Valor.
Back in September 2020, along with more than 118 Chinese mobile apps including popular mobile e-sports titles like PUBG Mobile and MLBB. The bans are the result of which the government claims that they are detrimental to India’s sovereignty and integrity, India’s defense, state security and public order.
Following the ban, the publisher behind PUBG Mobile, Krafton, has announced a new mobile Battle Royale title with a new name, Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI). This is a clone of PUBG Mobile in terms of gameplay mechanics. The game goes live in July 2021, welcoming both veteran and new players in the region.
Arena of Valor may return under new name and publisher
Singapore-based publisher Actoz SG, a subsidiary of South Korean video game publisher Actoz Soft, has been tasked with releasing Clash of Titans in India. Accordingly, a controlling stake in Actoz Soft has been owned by China-based company, Shengqu Games since 2004. The company is known for popular online games such as Dragon Nest, Final Fantasy XIV. and Fallout Shelter.
According to a report from, Shengqu Games signed an agreement with one of its shareholders, Tencent on November 29, 2021 to give the company the rights to publish, promote and operate Tencent games on the platform. his foundation.
Officially, neither the developers nor publishers of Arena of Valor nor Clash of Titans have made an official statement regarding Clash of Titans’ similarities to Arena of Valor.
Regardless of whether Clash of Titans is an Arena of Valor clone or not, it will be interesting to see if this new mobile MOBA title succeeds in the growing mobile e-sports scene in India. or not.
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