TAIPEI (The China Post) – New mobile baseball game “Baseball King” developed by Korean company Neowiz is distributed in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau through Cayenne Tech.
Players can sign up for an account through the pre-release sign-up program to receive multiple items that would help players to live through the early game easier.
“Baseball King” aims to provide an exciting gaming experience through its anime-style visuals and real-time PVP mode.
Registering more than hundred active players from the 4 teams in CPBL (Taiwan’s professional baseball league), players can form their own team, develop with the resources gained from completing different missions, and form the best line up they have in their mind.
The PVP (Player versus Player) system is the biggest highlight of this game. Players can join the PVP mode after finishing the rookie season in regular mode.
Players will be matched up randomly with other players to win loot boxes and improve their team. The higher the league the player wins in, the more rewarding the loot boxes become.
“Baseball King” PVP mode starts at top 8th inning of the game and will enter sudden death mode starting in the 10th. The game would randomly assign a team to bat first. Players can communicate with an opponent through emotes.
The winning player would be rewarded with ranking points and loot boxes, with loot boxes automatically starting the unpacking wait time and could be opened once the unpacking is done.
Higher level loot boxes would take longer to unlock but the process can be sped up through golden ball that could be bought with in-app purchase.
Baseball King’s PVP ranking mode results would be analyzed each week by the system to determine whether the player would enter a league higher, remaining in the current league, or dropping a league.
Players can also look at the top 100 players’ team on the ranking list to investigate the best line up and march towards the throne of victory.