"With the Virtual Future we offer our players new endgame content that sets new standards in terms of graphics and gameplay. Continuous content updates ensure great game depth and are the basis for the long-lasting success of our games. At the same time we successfully migrated the browser game version from Flash to HTML5, so that our players can chose freely, where and on which device they want to experience Forge of Empires", says Armin Busen, InnoGames Chief Product Officer.
Virtual Future features the Terracotta Army as new Great Building, which gives existing units a boost for attack and defense. The tactical battles can be fought with brand new units like the Augmented Samurai, fast Ninja and Heavy Armored Ronin. In the Holographic Research Lab players can add light and color to their city by unlocking neon-lit holograms. In total, players can unlock 15 technologies, 19 buildings and three units in the new Virtual Future technology tree.
The new Virtual Future in Forge of Empires starts now in browser (www.forgeofempires.com) and on mobile (available for iOS and Android).
About Forge of Empires
Since its release in 2012, Forge of Empires (www.forgeofempires.com) has been one of the world's most successful strategy games, with several million active players in over 20 markets. In Forge of Empires, players guide a village through the different epochs of human history - from the Stone Age to the distant future. Through skillful planning and tactics on the battlefield, they can expand their sphere of influence and create an impressive empire. Continuous content updates ensure several years of fun. You can switch between browser, iOS and Android devices at any time while playing.
With a revenue of more than 160 million EUR and 400 employees from 30 nations, InnoGames is Germany’s leading developer and provider of mobile and online games. The company is best known for Forge of Empires, Elvenar and Tribal Wars. InnoGames’ complete portfolio encompasses six live games and several mobile titles in production. After ten years of consecutive growth, InnoGames’ revenue increased by 24 percent in 2017 and is set to further soar with the recently launched mobile version of Elvenar and upcoming titles such as Warlords of Aternum.