Smite vs Strife: In this article, we will be comparing two very popular MOBA games of all time. Both the games are considered very addictive, but they are also considered very rewarding by certain audiences. However, Smite and Strife both offer a different variety of truly enjoyable experiences, and in this article, we will be comparing these 2 games.
Smite is unique in the MOBA genre, as it is the only MOBA game which is played in third person. Smite was developed and published by Hi-Rez Studios.
Smite has some incredible visuals and beautiful looking game environment. It features various Gods from many different Pantheons as playable characters.
Gameplay-wise, Smite is far less complicated than other MOBA games like Dota and HoN. However, since it’s played in third person, it offers a fresh outlook in the MOBA genre which attracts a lot of audience to try the game. It also has some very cool characters which were based on Gods from religions all over the World.
Strife was developed by the creators of Heroes of Newerth, S2 Games. Strife was created primarily for the casual player-base of the MOBA genre. Many gameplay elements were introduced in the game with the primary motive of reducing toxicity. There were also a lot of elements that focused on activity out of a match, like Pets and Crafting.
Strife was announced on August 8, 2013 and it had been in development for 2 years. On February 22, 2014, Strife went in closed beta, and on August 29, 2014 Strife went in open beta. On May 22, 2015 Strife was released as a free-to-play on Steam.
Smite vs Strife
Smite vs Strife: Both Smite and Strife are incredible games. I think you should give them both a try. However, personally I am a huge Smite fan, and I think hardcore gamers would like HoN better than Strife.
Hello, my name is Rishabh Bhagvath. My gaming alias is Pawn. I am an aspiring Dota 2 player from Hyderabad, India. I have always been interested in writing articles and when esportsportal presented me with an opportunity, I came on board right away.
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