As promised, Knight Online has officially landed on Steam this week. The classic Korean MMO originally launched in 2004, the same year that World of Warcraft drove a wrecking ball through the US industry.
NTTGame has addressed a number of player questions about the Steam launch on the platform forums. For starters, if you already have a character in the US version of the game, there it will stay — you can’t transfer characters to the Steam version as it’s a separate server and client. You also can’t link your existing game account to your Steam account, though you can use Steam Wallet to buy stuff in the new client.
There are zero IP restrictions on this version of the game, and yes, it is F2P with a cash shop. You can check out new screenies and the video below.