How to play Raid: Shadow Legends on PC

Battle your way through a visually-stunning realistic fantasy RPG with hundreds of Champions from 16 playable factions.

To save the world of Teleria, you will recruit its most legendary warriors from the forces of Light and Darkness. You must train them to fight together, mold them into living weapons, and assemble the greatest raiding party ever seen.

Raid: Shadow Legends is a 3D mobile turn-based RPG set in a fantasy world populated by 16 different factions, each with distinct traits and 15 character classes. Collect heroes to defeat the Dark Lord and restore peace and harmony to the realm of Teleria. Pros: +Variety of collectible heroes.

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Download BlueStacks and run the installer
Complete the one-time setup
Go to the search bar at the top-right corner and search for Raid: Shadow Legends
Click the icon then click install on the Google Play screen.
Once installation completes, click the Raid: Shadow Legends icon in the My Apps tab



Michael Bradshaw says
"It's a beautiful game, with an engaging story line, impressive graphics, and a spectacular turn based combat engine. I think the auto play is lazy, and they should get rid of it and just give more loot per play through, because it gets really "grindy" after a while. Also, I enjoyed the game enough to where I wanted to pay into it, but the cheapest purchases were around $50. That's enough to buy a complete game on any other system and seems outrageous for just a little boost on a mobile game."
Jason says
"The visuals in this game are stunning. I like the variety of characters and story narration. But, two problems. The first is being spammed with 6+ ads for purchases before I can even start playing the game. The second is if I lose wifi signal, the battle is automatically counted as a loss, even if the signal dropped before entering a battle. Many games assist by trying to establish a connection, or by asking the player if he wishes to resume a battle. Here is just lazy development."
Real News says
"This game has potential, but can be extremely irritating at times. When I back out to the main menu it just hounds you with every "special" offer they have, each and every single time!! Having them show when you first login, fine, but it isn't gun having to click them away every time I want to do something. Also, the prices for items in this game are a joke! There is simply no excuse for such ridiculous prices. Other than that it is enjoyable and can be played for free, to a point."



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