Originally released in October 2017 on PC, Xbox One, and PS4, Battle Chasers: Nightwar from developer Airship Syndicate was well-received thanks to its beautiful art, captivating music, and engaging turn-based gameplay. The game received a port to Nintendo Switch a few months after its launch, and now it has been announced to be coming to mobile. A new trailer for the mobile edition is also available. You can check it out below:

The story of Battle Chasers: Nightwar sees you follow the footstep of Gully, a young girl who is on a quest to look for her father in a world filled with mysteries to uncover and dangerous enemies to overcome. In the process, she’ll team up with several other characters and end up stopping an evil necromancer from doing, well, evil things.

While the game is admittedly a little bit cliché in the story aspect, the gameplay is where it really shines. Like many classic JRPGs, battles in Battle Chasers: Nightwar are turn-based, yet the sheer number of attacks, skills, perks, and status effects that you have access to makes each and every fight a unique experience. Dungeons in the game are randomly generated, so you won’t ever be going through the same one twice, further adding to the uniqueness.

Battle Chaser Battle
Unique turn-based combat with beautiful art style

You can form your party of three by choosing from 6 playable characters, each with their own perks, abilities, and dungeon skills that will come in handy in different situations. On top of that, the game also has an expansive crafting system through which you can create epic items.

Check out a screenshot of the mobile port below to see what the UI is going to look like:

Battle Chaser

Battle Chasers: Nightwar mobile is going to launch this summer on both Android and iOS as a premium release that’ll cost $9.99. Yes, that sounds like a lot for a mobile game, but rest assured, it’ll be worth every penny. I mean, would you rather play those cheap “free” mobile RPGs that are full of IAPs and ads out there instead? Battle Chasers has already made a name for itself on Steam, its quality is already proven, so its mobile version is definitely not going to let you down.