Dungeon Hunter 5 from Gameloft now available

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Last month Gameloft released a trailer for the next installment of the Dungeon Hunter series, Dungeon Hunter 5. The title is now available in Google Play so players can step into the fantasy world and start engaging in some hack ‘n’ slash action. Dungeon Hunter 5 follows the serial nature of previous titles in the series and picks up in a world that is still dark despite the failure of a demon invasion in the Kingdom of Valenthia.

Gameloft includes several play modes in Dungeon Hunter 5, including a single-player campaign that spans five “realms” full of monsters and plunder. Two online gameplay options are available, one a cooperative mode where you work with other players and one called “Asynchronous” in which you are defending your stronghold against other opponents.

Dungeon Hunter 5 includes the ability to fuse together your own gear from 46 pieces of armor and 150 weapons for unique combinations, which can be enhanced with rewards from daily and weekly events. Players will also have to work on mastering five different elements – water, fire, light, nature and dark – to enhance and power up their weapons, spells and armor.

The basic game is free, but does include in-app purchase. Weighing in at 1.3GB in size, you will probably want to make sure you are on WiFi before trying to install Dungeon Hunter 5, which you can grab from the Play Store using one of the download links below.

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