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Trove joins the battle royale club

Trion Worlds also developed and published games like Rift, Defiance, and Atlas Reactor. (Source: Trion Worlds)
Trion Worlds also developed and published games like Rift, Defiance, and Atlas Reactor. (Source: Trion Worlds)
Trove, an MMORPG from Trion Worlds, will soon be offering a type of battle royale mode for players. A “Bomber Royale” mode has been announced for the popular game, and it will be made available in summer as part of a large expansion that has been scheduled for the title. Trove was released for Windows in 2015 and is free to play.

It seems the massively multiplayer online role-playing game Trove will be welcoming a new battle royale mode soon. Labeled as “Bomber Royale mode”, this latest feature will give up to 20 players at a time the opportunity to defeat each other through crafty use of rubber bombs and climbing claws. The news post from Trion Worlds states that this form of battle royale will be made available to Trove players in an expansion due out in summer.

In a recent press release, the California-based video-game studio announced that Trove had attracted 15 million players worldwide. The title offers a voxel-based gaming environment allowing players to interact with their surroundings by building houses or creating gardens. Trove Bomber Royale mode will offer players the chance to earn experience points, and the developer is also planning to include a reward system to encourage gamers to indulge in the latest gameplay addition.  

Whether the new mode will help Trove reach the dizzying heights of Fortnite and PUBG’s successes in the battle royale world remains to be seen, although having the ability to completely obliterate your surroundings with a limitless supply of bouncing bombs does have its appeal. The title is available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and it is free to download and play.


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Daniel R Deakin, 2018-05-10 (Update: 2020-09-30)