Are Crytek working on a F2P MOBA? This leaked teaser trailer for ‘Arena of Fate’ sure looks like it

Arena of Fate

By on May 22, 2014 at 5:14 pm

It was first pointed out back in February by Kotaku that Crytek had registered a domain for something called Arena of Fate, as well as filing trademarks through their freemium games arm GFACE.

Evidence at the time suggested it was an “action MMO”, and the trailer below seems to bear that out. So, if we’re any judge, look out for Crytek’s F2P MOBA, Arena of Fate, being announced at E3. Calling it now. Here you go.

Source: VG247

4 comments (Leave your own)

Yep. The game community needs another MOBA.

Awesome job…

 

I havn’t watched the video, but just thinking…

An FPS MOBA could be kinda cool.

 

Yeah kinda over the MOBA saturation. First it was zombies then survival then throw the mix of zombie survival in although you could really just put it under one of the previous now MOBA.

Wonder what it will be next!

 

Yup, all I’ve seen is 10 seconds and 3 character models and I know it’s going to be a straight LoL clone. At least you can’t complain the trailer isn’t informative.

 
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