Eternity Warriors 4 Is The Best In The Series Yet

October 5, 2015 - Written By Justin Diaz

When it comes to hack and slash action rpg titles similar to the Diablo series on PC’s, few have been around longer than games like the Dungeon Hunter and Eternity Warriors franchises. Not too long ago Glu launched their latest title in the series with Eternity Warriors 4, and from the looks of things it appears to build on the successes of the previous three games while managing to bring new and fresh gameplay. Having said that, it doesn’t break away too much from the formula that most people who have played the other games know and love, so if you enjoy action/dungeon crawler like games then Eternity Warriors 4 might be worth your time to check out.

The first thing gamers will notice upon picking this one up is the visuals. It’s been at least a year or two since the third Eternity Warriors game, so there has been plenty of time for the graphics to advance, and advance they have. Like many games in this genre, you have multiple character class types to choose from, and Eternity Warriors 4 lets you play as either a warrior, a mage, or an assassin. Which one you choose depends on your play style and what kind of attacks and abilities you prefer. Aside from playing the game solo and through the campaign mode, Eternity Warriors 4 connects to online which affords players the ability to create guilds and duel against others in PvP battles.

There will also be unique events happening from time to time with new ones popping up fairly often that should give people better rewards and the chance to take on huge challenges with larger groups of players at their side. When it comes to loot and gear, Eternity Warriors 4 doesn’t seem to have any shortages in this area. Players will find plenty of gear through loot drops throughout the game whether in single player or multiplayer game modes, and you can also obtain materials to craft new weapons and gear. On the face of it, Eternity Warriors 4 is one of many in a sea of the available games in this space, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that it’s still a pretty good offering and likely towards the top of the list compared to others. If you’re into the action rpg hack and slash types, check this one out.