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Smite was a great and fresh take on the MOBA formula

  • Hi-Rez Studios’ free-to-play Smite occupies an interesting space in a genre that’s going to see a deluge of new titles in 2014. Most multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) titles feature top-down, isometric action, but Smite gives players the chance to play in third-person with a first-person shooter feel. Even auto-attacks are skillshots, making combat feel different from other MOBAs. Smite also features significant mode variety, allowing players to compete in unique deathmatches or themed games.

    Smite has multiple modes, but its five-on-five Conquest mode is its most traditional MOBA-ish variant, and remains the easiest selection to secure a quick match. As is to be expected, the mode uses the same map every game, but the three-lane arena has been widened and rejigged for a fresh year of competition. Its jungle, in particular, feels more dense and dangerous from an over-the-shoulder view than it does from the genre’s traditional top-down camera angle, the tight vision cone meaning gankery can come from any corner. If you are in lack of Smite Gems, visit our Mmocs.com, a reliable and cheap online in-game currency store.

    The action is fast and furious, the controls make sense – you use the left stick to move and the right stick to aim, each character has four skills that are used by pressing X, A, Y, and B. Each class plays differently and the skills vary wildly – some will smash every opponent near you whilst others need to be aimed and timed more carefully. Like any complex online game, there is a lot to it and it can be quite confusing at first, yes the tutorial does a good job but past that there is a hell of a lot to learn.This challenge is the reason why people have sunk well over 1,000 hours into this game – there are over 90 gods to play as, each with a unique set of skills and multiple builds to figure out across multiple game modes.

    Smite was a great and fresh take on the MOBA formula back in 2014, and it’s only gotten better thanks to a consistent amount of new gods, themed events and eSports support. So Switch players are getting this game in its most evolved form, with a roster that's pushing three figures and a vast number of modes to unlock and enjoy.