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Forging Glory Review

By BwwDtt | 23 July 2020
Average: 8 (1 vote)

Forging Glory is a looter brawler game with limitless customization developed and published by ZoopTEK.

  • A Wide Range of Abilities
  • Dynamic Campaigns
  • Physics-based Combat
  • Limitless Customization Options

Forging Glory Gameplay

Forging Glory features a unique combination of a physics-based brawler and melee battling simulator in a futuristic simplified environment. The game has a wide range of available tools to engage in combat against other players, and in each match, you need to defeat enemies to receive items and voxels based on your performance. You may combine different traits and weaponry to make your playstyle unique and discover more opportunities in each game mode.

New players in Forging Glory start with two available avatars, which have either dual pistols for rapid-fire ranged combat or a spear and shield for dynamic melee activities. That allows you to choose the preferable playstyle quicker and unlock other perks and weaponry in any order to improve your experience even further. Everything is immediately available to purchase, and you can combine all skills and tools. Also, you can buy account upgrades with voxels, and in-game crafting allows you to create more items as well.

Forging Glory features an interactive tutorial, which allows the players to explore the controls of the game, such as speed increase or damage output improvements. The game points are required to train perks to increase such attributes. Some of them are available throughout tutorial for free, and you can even get a reward for unlocking them. Various training modes are also implemented in gameplay to allow the players to practice with different weapons and polish their strategies in a safe space.

The game offers a futuristic environment to the players with simplified textures that do not require a high-end machine. You can also adjust multiple settings in the game to make the game look better on your hardware. You can also customize audio and control settings as well for a better experience for everyone. The developers also provide tools to leave feedback on how to improve their game, and you can interact with them through the in-game feature for further support.

Forging Glory provides the players with a wide range of tools to add more content to the game. You may create a custom campaign that includes multiple challenges and levels for a group of people to complete, and you can also release more updates to already existing content using specific tools. The developers do not allow the players to upload too much of the custom-created content to stimulate them to improve already existing features and make the overall experience much better. The players can change the visuals of their characters by unlocking or purchasing various skins to stand out from others in different multiplayer game modes.

Forging Glory does have not only a wide range of different weapons and skills but also has a lot of diverse game modes for the players to experience alone or together in a group. However, you have to unlock all of them by playing the game more and levelling up your account. That way, new players can avoid hardcore games against experienced players and earn more in-game currency to unlock more traits and powerful weapons.

Forging Glory fits both casual and hardcore players because of smart matchmaking and a wide range of available in-game content, which can also be improved using the players and their additions. You do not need to invest real money in the game to purchase all skills and weapons, and most sessions only last a few minutes to provide dynamic gameplay to everyone.

Forging Glory System Requirements

Minimum Requirements

  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics Card: Any NVIDIA or ATI graphics card after 2013 (NVIDIA GTX 600 series or above, or AMD R9 270 and above)
  • CPU: 2 Ghz Dual Core or Better
  • File Size: 500 MB
  • OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit)

Recommended Requirements

  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics Card: Any NVIDIA or ATI graphics card after 2013 (NVIDIA GTX 600 series or above, or AMD R9 270 and above)
  • CPU: 2 Ghz Dual Core or Better
  • File Size: 1000 MB
  • OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit)