The idea behind Jetpack Fighter, the first mobile game from the makers of Smite, might be a hard to grasp. See, you’re this fighter, and you’ve got a jetpack. Still following?
It’s Europe’s Epsilon versus North America’s evil Enemy in a best of five fight to the finish, with the winner getting more money than the loser. Let’s watch people play Smite in front of a live audience!
The quarterfinals of the 2016 Smite World Championship passed in a flash of four swept best-of-three matches, including the brutal but not unexpected elimination of both Chinese teams and the boys from Brazil.
Ten of the top Smite teams from around the world have converged on Atlanta to see which one plays the deity-based MOBA well enough to earn $500,000 doing so. Here’s what to expect.
The ultimate unlock in Smite’s 2016 World Championship-funding Odyssey is finally live, and I get a chance to put Ragnarok Force X Thor through his paces.
A week’s worth of competitive Smite play at Hi-Rez Studio’s in-house esports arena has come to an end, resulting in three European and two North American teams taking trips to Atlanta this January.
With the introduction of the Japanese pantheon to the god-based MOBA coming early next year, Smite wanted to do something special to make the incoming deities fell welcome. Ragnarok Force X Thor should do the trick.
Launching into closed beta today, Hi-Rez Studios’ Paladins is a hero-based shooter like Overwatch, but its collectible card-based in-game leveling system is something else.
Unwilling to concede defeat after being decapitated by the Yellow Emperor, Chinese warrior-poet Xing Tian battled on, using his nipples for eyes and his bellybutton as a mouth, as you do.
Hi-Rez Studios god-powered third-person action MOBA launches into open beta today on Xbox One, meaning everyone with Xbox Live Gold can play for free and no one ever has to ask me for a beta key ever again. Huzzah!
Enough with the teasing. Today Hi-Rez Studios officially reveals the Norse squirrel god Ratatoskr, one of Smite’s most versatile MOBA combatants yet.
Behold Smite’s latest combatant, the Norse squirrel god Ratatoskr. Yes, there is a squirrel in Norse mythology, and this is our first official look at his appearance in Hi-Rez Studios’ god-battling MOBA. Yes, he fights with his nuts. Yes, I am going to be completely insufferable when his update comes out.
Today millions of players around the world celebrate the first birthday of mythological MOBA Smite, the first game Hi-Rez Studios has been able to keep players interested in for an entire year.
This morning Hi-Rez Studios added another deity to MOBA Smite's ever-growing stable. God of war Bellona might not be the most recognizable name in the Roman pantheon, but that's okay—she prefers to let kicking everybody's ass speak for her.
Free-to-play third-person MOBA Smite is entertaining enough to watch, but when all the competition is focused around a single map, the scenery can get old pretty quick. With today's launch of the Season Two update, players have a much prettier place to die.
Despite some valiant (and not-so-valiant) attempts to bring the multiplayer online battle arena genre to consoles, the wildly popular PC genre has failed to gain a foothold on gaming consoles. Thanks to one big difference, the Xbox One version of Smite might be the MOBA's best hope.
In which a team of five video game players wind up with a giant check for $1.3 million dollars and some lovely trophies.