Archosaur Games’ next-gen MMOPRG for mobile users, Noah’s Heart, was released and developed in China. This game was created by the same team who created Dragon Raja, a popular fantasy MMORPG. It was created with Unreal Engine 4 and released its debut trailer in June 2020, with remarkable visual quality. However, it isn’t the first mobile game to use UE4. Fortnite and the upcoming GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition for mobile users also use UE4 as its fundamental engine. It’s yet another example of how far mobile gaming has progressed in terms of graphic quality. Archosaur Games claimed that they would review customer input and incorporate suggestions for future enhancements.
Getting Started with Noah’s Heart
1. Game Modes
Role-Playing and Action Adventure are the two choices. If you choose the Role Playing mode, two aides named Ave and Shirley will gradually introduce you through the game. These people assist you in your first combat encounters, take you to Fairy Town, and introduce you to the first of Noah’s Heart’s many narratives.
Ave and Shirley will be present throughout the campaign to explain each new feature as it appears. When you tame your first horse, for example, Ave will show you how to control your new animal and avoid falling off. Action Adventure is a more straightforward game in which you get right to the point, hunting down and killing your enemies.
2. Designing Characters
Designing your character is the first thing you get to do in Noah’s Heart. That involves picking between male and female and adjusting every physical parameter imaginable, such as eye color, height, nose shape, face type, and so on. You can also select a weapon at this point. Dual Blades, Sword & Shield, Lance, Dart, Bow, and Crossbow are all options.
Don’t stress about making the best decision right now, you can always modify the character late. You won’t be able to change your character’s physical appearance after this phase, so make sure you like the angle of those brows and the width of your lips before moving on.
A set of unique on-screen controls will appear whenever you find yourself in a violent situation. Because Noah’s Heart doesn’t have an auto-combat option, you’ll need them. During combat, these controls consist of a left-hand movement stick, right-hand skill and attack buttons, and a dash move. Because Noah’s Heart lacks classes, all you have to work with is the weapon you’re wielding and your own monster-killing abilities.
4. Weapons and Phantoms
Each weapon has its own unique combo for a specific type of maneuver, such as an aerial attack. That means choosing the appropriate weapon for the right opponent is essential. The Phantoms, a squad of fighters with their own backstories and particular techniques, will assist you in combat.
These Phantoms work similarly to Ashes in Elden Ring, chipping away at your opponent’s health and drawing their attention so you can strike. Because the Phantoms are all unique, you can customize your tactics by adding certain ones to your party. They’ll accelerate your journey by assisting you in sweeping enemies aside.