Mall games are a question of honor

Fans of "Honor of Kings" can find offline activities related to the game in Xintiandi until the end of September.
Mall games are a question of honor
Jiang Xiaowei / SHINE

A child gets some advice from one of her favorite characters from the game.

Fans of "Honor of Kings," the combat game that rules China's mobile gaming market, can find some fun in Xintiandi, Huangpu District, where offline activities related to the game are being held until the end of September.

Five interactive installations at Hubindao Shopping Center in the Taipingqiao area are offering immersive experiences for fans, allowing them to walk into the game, pick their favorite inventory items and play as their heroes.

The "King's Music Hall" offers various genres of background music for the heroes and battles, and the "King's Art Pavilion" is filled with "magical" works of art.

Around 40 online and offline activities will be held every week.

Cosplay parades and hero shows will provide fans with plenty of photo opportunities.


Date: Through September 28, 10am-10pm

Venue: Hubindao Shopping Center

Address: 150 Hubin Road

Mall games are a question of honor
Jiang Xiaowei / SHINE

Interactive activities bring the game to life. 

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