MMOs are making strong inroads to mobile gaming in 2016, and Nexon is eager to get a share of that action. The publisher announced today that it’s importing Heroes of Incredible Tales from Korea for mobile devices this summer from developer NAT Games.
Heroes of Incredible Tales (HIT) is a hack-and-slash action game that runs on the Unreal Engine 4 and has seen strong success in the east. The mobile title, which will be available for both iOS and Android devices, promises fast combat, a PvP arena, 200 levels, raids, and a customizable skill tree.
NAT Games CEO Yong-Hyun Park says he’s excited to see how the rest of the globe will receive this local hit: “We’ve created HIT because it’s exactly the type of game that my team and I love to play, mixing intense and rewarding action with deep customization and an abundance of loot. It’s been absolutely amazing to see Korea embrace this game and with Nexon’s global reach, the rest of the world will soon be hacking and slashing their way through this dynamic and detailed world.”
You can check out a couple of HIT’s trailers after the break, and if you’re interested, you can pre-register on the site for rewards.