Honor of Kings pre-registration is now live in the Philippines

Honor of Kings is a mobile MOBA that's launching this June!

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TiMi Studio Group and Level Infinite recently announced that pre-registration for Honor of Kings is now live in the Philippines ahead of its release on June 20.

Specifically, Honor of Kings pre-registration is open now in North America, Europe, Japan, the Philippines, and other regions. And as with most pre-registration periods for new mobile games, Honor of Kings also features a bunch of freebies for those who pre-register.

Here are the freebies that players will get upon launch as more players register:

  • Free Hero – Ying – & Associated Skin: Awarded to all who pre-register
  • Level 1 Milestone Unlocked: 500 Diamonds
  • Level 2 Milestone Unlocked: 2000 Arcana Fragments
  • Level 3 Milestone Unlocked: 5000 Starstones
  • Level 4 Milestone Unlocked: All Heroes Free Trial Pass x 20

On top of these freebies, players will also who pre-register along with players in regions where the game is already available, a lucky draw event will be held from May 31 which will give away a bunch of prizes:

  • Grand Prize – Full Hero with full Skin privileges
  • 1st Prize – 500 Limited Time Tokens
  • 2nd Prize – 18,888 Starstones
  • Sunshine Blessing Prize – 200 Diamonds for all participants

Finally, to celebrate the launch, the Invitational S2 is happening from June 29 in Kuala Lumpur. There, players from Southeast Asia, Brazil, Turkey, MENA, LATAM, and Europe, along with the winner of the Open Series Split One will compete in a tournament with a USD 300,000 prize pool. Plus, teams will also get a chance to participate in the Honor of Kings Invitational Midseason which is happening in Riyadh.

 

In case you’re unfamiliar, Honor of Kings is a mobile MOBA that was released in China back in November 2015. Since then, the game has become China’s biggest MOBA with over 100 million daily players.

Thanks to the game’s popularity, it has gotten lots of intriguing collabs over the years, including with renowned composers such as Hans Zimmer, Joe Hisaishi, and Howard Shore who composed music for the game.

Even though the game is China’s most popular mobile MOBA, it was only in 2022 that Level Infinite announced plans for a global release. It may have taken a while, but it’s finally coming to most countries around the world on June 20.

For more info on the game, visit the official website.