While mobile gamers may be used to content updates that add new items to purchase in the store or fix bugs, Gameloft has gone one step further with its Dungeon Hunter 4 (our review). The company has released its “Hardcore” update, allowing players to take their strongest characters from the end of the game back to the beginning in a more difficult (but also more rewarding) version of the experience.
Dungeon Hunter 4 sees players clearing dungeons, defeating enemies and collecting a wide array of loot for their hero. Players can upgrade their hero’s battle skills, with characters being available in multiple classes. Each is available in male or female options, and has its own strengths and weaknesses relating to its class.
The game offers both solo and cooperative play, as gamers can team up with others in cooperative levels.
Via this hardcore update, players can take their strong characters through the storyline a second time, fighting tougher enemies, but also receiving better and bigger loot drops. Gameloft has also increased the game’s level cap from 100 to 120 to allow more growth for these dedicated players.
The Hardcore update is now available in Dungeon Hunter 4 on iOS, and is coming soon to Android devices. The game is available to download for free on both platforms. Check back soon to follow the game on AppData, our tracking platform for mobile and social apps and developers.