02 Feb Tron Dogs Update: Tron Dogs English Mobile Coming Soon and Design Your Own Dog!
Despite its rough start, the Tron Dogs English version is finally in full swing. The developers of the game launched the game back on the 22nd but encountered various issues and took it down within just a few hours after its launch. This Sunday, the new version of the game re-launched and has been successful thus far. The full website back on Sunday had yet to be fully translated from Mandarin but now, the entire game has been fully translated. The Korean and Japanese versions were supposed to be released simultaneously but it seems that has been put on the back burner, for now.
There are big things on the horizon for the game, as it currently lacks a lot of interactive depth. The Tron dogs game website currently reads:
The mobile version of Tron Dogs is set to launch on February 10th, which will make playing the game much easier for most individuals to play. It seems the team behind the game has got it in gear and the progress is full steam ahead. The issue of TRX not showing up after being transferred to the game interface seems to have been fixed. However, this isn’t even the biggest news for the game.
DESIGN YOUR DOGS
The CEO of game.com, the website that launched Tron Dogs, just announced via his personal Twitter (NASDAQ:TWTR) that you will be able to design your own dogs soon. Unfortunately, the details of this feature have yet to be published but it looks promising. I’m unsure if you are able to change their outfits once you own them or if pet stores are able to design dogs for sale but having the option for design freedom is exciting. Also, as you can see from the image above, new versions of dogs will be released soon as well!
Hold tight folks, we should know more soon!
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What do you think about the latest news? Excited? What do you think should be added next?
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