International leagues and tournaments arrive in the latest beta update of ‘World Cricket Championship 3’

With physical sports action missing from the year’s roster, courtesy – the pandemic, WCC3‘s latest beta update aims to give a rather real-like experience.

WCC 3’s recent beta updates have included realistic animations, full-fledged ‘Career Mode’ and commentary by Aakash Chopra and Matthew Hayden. Adding to the latest beta launch of the international leagues and tournaments and multiplayer modes, the game now allows one to enjoy their favourite tournaments on mobile phones.

Some of the exclusive features of this update are as follows: 

Tournaments:

You can play in the World Cup, Asia Cup, ODI Series, Tri-Series, Great Australia Bash, Pakistan League, and Bangladesh League. These iconic tournaments will have more lucrative rewards than regular matches. Here you can benefit from even more free upgrades for your squad members, and strengthen your team. Tournament matches will also help you ascend the in-game competitive leader board and ranking system, the League of Champions (LOC). The higher you are up the LOC the greater the rewards. 

Multiplayer Formats: 

The latest update will also feature the ever-popular multiplayer formats like Batting Multiplayer & Local Multiplayer. Batting Multiplayer is a casual but thrilling batting clash with up to 5 players at the same time. Players showcase the best of their batting prowess, with a ball-by-ball 5-way scoreboard that keeps you at the edge of your seat. Play fast and furious, and slog that ball as much as you can. You can now play two-over matches and choose to play either in ‘Public Mode’ against anyone or in ‘Private Mode’ by inviting friends. 

Offline Gameplay ‘The Local Rivals mode’: 

No internet? No problem! The Local Rivals mode lets you play an offline multiplayer game with anyone near you over WiFi. This mode requires no internet and is designed for people who love to play together with friends or family. Play a casual multiplayer game at any location, be it in a train/flight or the remotest of places that you’re at, without the internet. Local Rivals comes with happy hours! Play for free every day between 4 PM and 6 PM. 

Cricket Trivia: 

The game is also introducing a cricket quiz that will tickle the fancy of cricket enthusiasts and fans of the sport. Test your cricket knowledge, have fun, and maybe learn new titbits of information playing this trivia blitz. 

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