Demigod Engine feels like a budget version of NieR Re[in]carnation
Demigod Engine has entered soft-launch phase in Southeastern Asia. It plays well for an F2P mobile game.
Demigod Engine is a mobile project that is available on Android in Asia; there is no word about the iOS version. It's an anime game with strategic elements, where you collect waifus with guns and fight for territories with other players. Yes, it's another geo-strategy, but it plays well. With its crisp UI and graphics, you might think it's NieR Re[in]carnation.
Your group consists maximum of 3 heroes, although it might change as you progress. It's great that you don't always need to rely on brute force. Instead, sometimes it's better to be a tactician, as some enemy units might run away, afraid for their lives.
Another thing that makes Demigod Engine stand out from the crowd — the leveling up system. You don't just tap on an Upgrade button, but you have to decide which talents and perks to choose from a vast skill tree. And don't forget about roles and elements of your heroes, as it plays a big role in winning a fight. In conclusion, I want to say that you should definitely try Demigod Engine.