Krafton's Path to Valor: Empires was launched in India this week. In a recent live stream, popular YouTube streamer and pro Playerunknown Battleground’s player Naman "MortaL" Mathur was seen playing the recently released strategic game. The 25-year-old gamer gave his audience a brief overview of the game and also answered their questions.
Meanwhile, during the live stream, a fan asked in the live chat if the game has any chance to be in the esports scenario. To which, Mortal responded and said that after playing the game for a few days, he felt there can be scope for the game to be introduced in esports.
“Look, I have been playing the game for the last three days, and very honestly, it has the capability. If given a chance, then definitely this game can be part of esports. Like, many players have previously played Age of Empires, and similar troops are available in the game, which is the best part.
I played it all the way until the morning: Mortal
Mortal also suggested that everyone should try this game as he got to know about it when he saw his fellow gamer 8bit Mafia playing the game and then he decided to try it once but when he started playing he couldn’t realise that he played the game until the morning. He further explained that he had completed battlefield 7 and had more than 2600 trophies in the game. He added that only roughly 25 to 30 trophies are awarded in each match to give further context to this quantity. Later, he even showed the audience his match record.
"Guys it is a must-try game. A few nights ago, I was planning to play a different game, but then I saw Mukul Aanchal aka 8bit Mafia playing the game and decided to give it a go. Before I knew it, I had played Road to Valor: Empires all the way until the morning.”
To increase the game's popularity and provide more chances for players, content producers, and other professionals in the field, the developers worked with Team S8UL, a well-known organisation. For the Indian market, Krafton has also included Hindi as a language choice.