'Star Wars: Rivals' PvP Game Announced For iOS, Android Devices

Pat Wise
January 13, 2018

For those who are fans of the Star Wars franchise and wouldn't mind playing Star Wars-related games on their mobile devices, you'll be interested to learn that Disney has announced a new game called Star Wars: Rivals, an action shooter title that will be available for both iOS and Android devices.

There's no official release date yet, but you can register for the game on Google Play by hitting the button below. You can even play as Jyn Erso or Director Krennic from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Swap your Heroes in-and-out during the heat of battle, instantly altering how the game is played. However, in order to have a solid team of heroes, you'll have to unlock them. Players can unlock rare Heroes including popular characters like Princess Leia, Lando Calrissian, and Poe Dameron, each with different traits in the game. Since the game supports cross-platform play, we have a feeling that this could lead to some fun battles.

Confront Your Rivals: Experience iconic rivalries from the Star Wars universe like Han Solo and Boba Fett, Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader, Finn and Captain Phasma, and more. Additionally, players can enhance special skills like Darth Vader's Choke and Admiral Ackbar's Orbital Strike.

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As the description goes, players will build combat teams, join guilds, level up weapons and abilities, use faction bonuses, plus more. Early registration gets Android users access to Death Troopers, the elite fighters in black armor from Rogue One. You can fight on a variety of planets, including Bespin, Scarif, Jakku, and the Death Star, and joining a faction will allow you to get increased damage, health, etc.

Obviously, the game will be available for free, but it will feature in-app purchases that cost real money from $4.99 to $99.99. For players on iOS, they will get exclusive access to Rebel Special Forces support units when the game launches.

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