Despite the enormous difficulties that Huawei has with applications for its phones, the company is determined to boost its store with exclusive games. This is demonstrated by the inclusion of Dystopia: Contest of Heroes, a high-quality title that began its journey in the App Gallery.
The United States veto It is already a slab in Huawei’s strategy, not only in the field of smartphones. Blocked in 5G rollouts, it has been forced to sell Honor, is developing its own compendium of software and hardware and, above all, you have to maintain the attractiveness of your products in the short and medium term. With this outlook against Huawei has decided to bet on mobile games. What do you want Dystopia: Tournament of Heroes on Android? You will have to go through the App Gallery.
First in App Gallery, then in Google Play
The game that occupies us, Dystopia: Tournament of Heroes, It is in previous registration within the Google Play Store, but it has already reached the App gallery so that whoever wants to try it can download it (it is also in the App Store). Is a multiplayer online battle game that promises epic combats and duels as close as they are varied. Obviously, this is a manual ‘freemium’ mobile game.
The strategy of advancing in the commercialization of games is not bad since most brands have carried out similar actions with different games. Samsung had the exclusive Fortnite on Android, too OnePlus teamed up with Epic Games to offer 90 Hz on their smartphones. And Huawei has decided to collaborate with the developers of Dystopia: Tournament of Heroes to advance the premiere in its store in order to offer more attractiveness to its users, also to developers. Since it has a large catalog of smartphones, and that The App Gallery can be installed on non-Huawei mobilesWhy not encourage its use at the stroke of a checkbook?
Dystopia: Tournament of Heroes can now be downloaded from Google Play. It is a free game that includes in-app purchases, Internet is required to play and it weighs 185 MB. Is accessible through this link.
Via | GamePress
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