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Global publisher MY.GAMES and developer Booming Games are proud to deploy “Season IV: Blood of the Empire”, the latest content expansion to the popular medieval war MMO Conqueror’s Blade. The forces of the Anadolou Empire have arrived, and they will stop at nothing to attain victory in Season IV, now available as a free update.

Commanded by his majesty Sultan Fatih Suleyman IV, the armies of the Anadolou Empire are fiercely loyal and wield battle prowess beyond measure. Players can wage war in the Season IV Campaign over the coming weeks as the Sultan marches on the Conqueror’s City. They can also purchase the Season IV Battle Pass to unlock incredible new rewards, including season-exclusive attire inspired by the ascendant Anadolou Empire!

“Season IV: Blood of the Empire” features:


The road to the Conqueror’s City is fraught with strategic footholds vital to the Sultan’s campaign. Now available in Siege Battle rotation, the nigh-impregnable fortress city of Reginopolis has stood the test of time, but may yet fall to more determined warlords… Coming on August 18, engage in Field Battles By Land and Sea as the Sultan’s focus shifts to seizing golden bays and harbours.


The Sultan’s armies form the blood of the Anadolou Empire, and will unleash their full military might to take control of the land in his name. Players can recruit his units to their own cause by completing Seasonal Challenges throughout Season IV:

In case players missed them, the Sons of the Steppes and Soldiers of Fortune Unit Challenges from Seasons II and III will also be available for the duration of Season IV.


Level the battlefield with the EU West 3 server, now open for conquest. Veteran players can start anew by creating a brand-new warlord, while new players can start their journey in a land unscathed by wars, where matchmaking and progression is less daunting. Further expansion to Conqueror’s Blade will come on August 4, when Turkish full in-game localization becomes available.


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Conqueror’s Blade is an immersive MMO that mixes epic medieval action and deep tactical gameplay by placing players in the armored boots of a warlord representing kingdoms of the feudal age. Experience a life of military leadership both on and off the battlefield, with strategic and diplomatic choices to make that will determine the ultimate ruler over the battlefields. Warlords choose a combat class that is inspired by Eastern and Western cultures, fight brutal skirmishes and deploy devastating siege weaponry to take down castle walls. Players form alliances, craft impressive armor and field iconic troops - build massive armies and conquer a resource rich world for the glory of their house.


MY.GAMES is an international gaming brand (part of Group) and a leading online entertainment company. MY.GAMES is comprised of 12 regional offices in Russia, Europe and the US, over 1,800 staff, and 13 development studios. MY.GAMES creates titles for the PC, consoles, and mobile devices. The company operates over 60 projects, with more than 150 titles in its portfolio including War Robots, Hustle Castle, Left to Survive, Skyforge, Legend: Legacy of the Dragons, and Allods Online. MY.GAMES portfolio includes renowned titles like Warface, ArcheAge, Perfect World, Revelation Online, Conqueror's Blade, Lost Ark, and more. Over 605 million players have registered within MY.GAMES titles. The company also develops its own media, operates the MY.GAMES Store platform, has a dedicated investment division (MRGV), supports gaming and esports services, and much more.

About Booming Games:

Booming Games is a game development studio dedicated to creating world-class AAA games. Having created its own engine, CHAOS, the studio has set about building a gaming empire from its own innovative in-house tools. The first game to emerge from CHAOS, Conqueror’s Blade, is an epic game of action and warfare that aims to uniquely mirror history and deliver the most immersive and authentic medieval warfare experience. For more information, visit






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