Summoner War Sky Arena intersect with Street Fighter 5: The South Korean mobile game Summoners War: Sky Arena revealed a crossover game with Capcom fighting game Street Fighter 5, which is part of Gamescom 2020. It’s not uncommon to see the franchise of fighting games go hand-in-hand with various game titles, including characters from other games such as Samurai Shodown that have joined the honors or the appearance of characters from other kings series this month, such as Ryu and Ken participating in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The turn-based mobile strategy game “Summoner’s Battle: Sky Arena” announced that it will add multiple characters from “Street Fighter V” to a large event starting tomorrow.
Ryu, Ken, M from Capcom’s popular series. Bison, Chun-Li and Dhalsim will appear in Com2uS mobile games. According to the crossover trailer released by Gamescom, Ken will be given away for free to anyone who has played before November 1. Yesterday in 2020. Prior to this, Street Fighter 5 announced that it will add four new DLC characters to the fifth season of its content in the fall of 2021.
“Summoners War: Sky Arena” was released in 2014 and was a huge success for the South Korean developer. According to Pocket Gamer’s data, as of August 11, the company’s lifetime revenue exceeded $2 billion.
This weekend, from “Call of Duty: Black Ops” and other AAA games such as Cold War to “Chris Tals” and other independent games, many different games have become part of Gamescom. Other crossovers have also been announced, such as the new version of Bridge Constructor with the character “The Walking Dead” in Gamescom’s Opening Night Live. Summoners War: Sky Arena is now available on Android and iOS devices.