Paladins: Champions of the Realm is Hi-Rez Studios’ take on the arena-battling genre, taking cues from multiple games and applying a unique sheen of medieval mayhem! Paladins has a gameplay style similar to games like Overwatch or Battleborn. Two teams battle to destroy their opponents’ core, clashing on control points to secure a siege engine to batter down enemy gates and lead them to victory.
Paladins is set in a vibrant fantasy World and Features a diverse cast of Champions ranging from sharpshooting humans to mech-riding goblins, mystical elves, and jetpack-clad dragons. Each Champion brings a unique set of abilities to the battlefield and new Champions are regularly added to Paladins, keeping the Game exciting.
- You really need to be able to play one character from every class. More on that later. So the rotation, as well as the starting champions, have a range from the different class types in it. Initially, I would say to pick one that you think looks cool, then have a look at their abilities.
- Once you've played a couple of matches, try a character from a different class. They will have a different playstyle, different abilities, and different strengths and weaknesses, so look at the moves beforehand. I suggest at this point that you stick to bot matches until you have got the hang of at least three champions, having played at least 30 matches, unless you have played a very similar game before.
- Items are the backbone of every game. When you begin Paladins, it will automatically put a setting called Auto-Items on. The first thing you should do is turn it off. It has been the cause of some of the stupidest item builds I've ever seen, like getting Bulldozer against a team with no deployable. Don't be that person.
Equipment & Classes And/Or How To Play:
Minimum System Requirements:
- OS: Windows 7 64-bit or newer
- Processor: Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz or Athlon X2 2.7 GHz
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT
- Storage: 30 GB available space
- Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card