Valiant Partners with Silent Legends for the BATTLE OF THE VALIANT UNIVERSE Collectible Card Game App – Available Now!

Play as your favorite Valiant character in real-time PvP matches! Valiant is proud to announce that it has joined forces with independent game studio Silent Legends to present BATTLE OF […]

Play as your favorite Valiant character in real-time PvP matches!

Valiant is proud to announce that it has joined forces with independent game studio Silent Legends to present BATTLE OF THE VALIANT UNIVERSE, a free-to-play collectible card game app that pits Valiant hero against Valiant hero in real-time, lightning-fast battle rounds!

Previously available to playtest on Steam’s Early Access service, BATTLE OF THE VALIANT UNIVERSE allows players to create a deck from hundreds of available cards featuring some of Valiant’s most popular characters, from Bloodshot to H.A.R.D. Corps to Faith and much more! Challenge friends in real-time PvP matches and defeat your opponents with unique combos and power-ups. Then, update your deck by crafting new cards, finishing quests, and earning booster packs!

“We’re very excited to partner with Silent Legends on BATTLE OF THE VALIANT UNIVERSE,” said Russell Brown, President of Consumer Products, Promotions, and Ad Sales. “We’re always looking to expand and enrich our fans’ experiences with their favorite Valiant characters in different mediums, and Silent Legends has created something really unique that will do just that.”  

“We are thrilled to work with Valiant Entertainment, and to build the game around some of the most powerful, gritty and intriguing characters in comics,” said Chris Mirosevic, Director of Content and Marketing at Silent Legends. “BATTLE OF THE VALIANT UNIVERSE is easy to pick up, the fun is unlimited, and we hope that Valiant fans around the world will love it as much as we do.”

You can download the BATTLE OF THE VALIANT UNIVERSE game to your mobile device on iOS or Google Play. For more information on the game, visit the Silent Legends website.

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