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Storm the Gates will initially feature two playable factions, the Isenhal Human Empire and Orc Marauders. Additional game features include:
- Acquire, Assemble and Annihilate! – On top of turn-based tactical gameplay, Storm the Gates packs classic CCG elements where players can acquire and collect unique units to create distinctive sets of armies. Different units provide varied advantages and disadvantages; hence a carefully assembled army is key to annihilating enemies.
- Tactical Multi-player Matches – Storm the Gates features multiple challenging multi-player game modes, including 1v1, 3v3 and 5v5, all capable of synchronous or asynchronous gameplay on a scale rare in tablet games. Storm the Games also gives an option of cooperative AI matches to cater to different types of players.
- Ever Changing Battle Maps – In Storm the Gates, players build out the battlefield throughout the course of a battle, making every clash unique with different key strategic points to conquer. Terrain tiles can be used to provide unique defensive situations or generate more resources. With this mechanic,  the game gets virtually unlimited strategic depth that changes as a battle is fought out.
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