Tribal Wars, the classic MMO from InnoGames, has gotten a revamped version of its Rescue the Royalty event, which many fans of the Tribal Wars series will already be familiar with. For newcomers to the series, or gamers currently on the fence about joining the Tribal Wars community, InnoGames have released a video describing what exactly Rescue the Royalty is, which you can see below.
Even though fans of the series will already be familiar with the Rescue the Royalty concept, InnoGames have added changes to the classic Tribal Wars event, which are also detailed in the video seen below. Some of these changes include a new achievement called the Royal Guardian, the introduction of a new game currency, and 17 different quests.
Though InnoGames has long been focusing much of its time on some of its newer titles, such as Forge of Empires and Tribal Wars 2, it seems like the team hasn’t been too busy for the game that made InnoGames so popular. InnoGames has always said how grateful they were to their fans, especially those who were fans of the original Tribal Wars. In a recent interview with us, Fabio Lo-Zito, who manages PR for the company, said that the success of Tribal Wars may have had some bearing on how the company made its games, as well as what type of games they make.
“When InnoGames started doing games, the first people working on Tribal Wars, including the founders, were big fans of RTS games like Age of Empires and Command & Conquer. And after we had initial success with Tribal Wars, we established strategy games as natural part of InnoGames’ DNA – we will always have several strategy games in our lineup, with stronger focus on certain aspects, like PvP or peaceful town building, like you have in Forge of Empires.“
The current Rescue the Royalty event is slated to run for the next two weeks, with the event officially ending on June 9.
Luke Luby is a journalist currently based in Cork, Ireland. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a Higher Diploma in English. For the last several years, he has been writing for a number of different publications.