Netmarble's ChronoBlade, a mobile role-playing game, has made its way to iOS and Android by way of a soft launch that will make it exclusive to users in Canada and Singapore for a couple of months. Its console-quality graphics and extra features will surely make it a hit when it's released worldwide, but if you've got a little gumption, you can skip the wait and install it today.
ChronoBlade gives you the option to choose from four main heroes, each with their own unique skill sets to suit your fighting style. As you progress through the game, you can unlock your hero's special abilities to make him even more powerful as he takes on hundreds of opponents in his seemingly never-ending quest to save the world.
Looting and crafting is another great feature found in ChronoBlade. The treasures you find can be used to upgrade your hero's abilities and nab ever stronger weapons and armor. The hero's appearance is fully customizable, which is a great bonus, and any weapon or other equipment you apply, like helmets and breastplates, will show in-game.
Though ChronoBlade is technically available for both Android and iOS, regular users can't download and play the game unless they live in Canada or Singapore. The game's official release timetable is still unknown, as ChronoBlade has been languishing in beta for at least five months. Nonetheless, if you'd like to try Chronoblade out before anyone else, there are ways you can do so without having to spend a fortune on plane tickets. Read further to find out how.
Any device running Android 2.3.3 or higher will run ChronoBlade reliably. So installing it on any midrange or flagship phone made within the past four years is a pretty safe bet.
Installing the game on Android is pretty straightforward. To start, make sure you have "Unknown sources" enabled in Settings, then grab the APK installer file from the following link. From there, just tap the Download complete notification, then press "Install" when prompted, and you'll be all set to go.
ChronoBlade supports any iOS device running iOS 8 or higher, but installing the game will require you to bypass the App Store's region restrictions by creating an Apple ID that corresponds to the country where the game was soft-launched—in this case, Canada.
Creating an App Store account is pretty simple, and involves signing up using a valid email account and using a realistic home address for the country you're spoofing. If you want a more detailed guide to walk you through this simple trick, feel free to click on the link provided below for more thorough instructions:
After changing your App Store region to Canada, you'll be all set to install ChronoBlade just like any other app. To do that, you can search for the game on the App Store, or just click on the link below to download it—just make sure you're using the same exact device where you signed into your Canadian iTunes account.
As a soft release, ChronoBlade is still technically in development and far from a finished product, so please take that into consideration before downloading. We tested the game on an iPad Pro running iOS 10.3, and a Samsung Galaxy S6 running Android Marshmallow, and found that it ran just fine with no noticeable issues. Feel free to leave us a comment down below and let us know what you think of ChronoBlade.