Korean mobile MMO Royal Blood kicks off its closed beta on September 25

All right, that's... this is super, you guys are doing super, sure.

What is the new mobile MMO Royal Blood all about? We honestly can’t tell you, unless the entire game is about fighting a bunch of monsters in a featureless black void over a pounding baseline. That’s where the trailer starts, and at 22 seconds it doesn’t really have time to go anywhere else. We can tell you that the game’s closed beta testing is starting on September 25th and running through September 29th in South Korea, though.

The game is supposed to feature “event-driven co-op gameplay” and is crafted with Unity, although no plans for a localized release or even a domestic release in South Korea have been announced yet. (Given the short beta test period, one can assume soon.) And hey, if you like trailers that are just what appear to be player characters killing stuff in a featureless void, the one down below will be a great way to start the day. Perhaps we’ll learn more when the beta starts.

Source: MMO Culture

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That’s an excessive amount of wub-dubbing for a beta trailer -_-

Robert Mann

Mobile Korean MMO? I give it 1/425,000,000,000,000 odds on being Pay to Win. So yes, if you want to wager 425,000,000,000,000 and it isn’t you can have my $1.

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Legend Of Vinny T

When I saw “Royal Blood” and “pounding bassline”, I was expecting something more like this.

Melissa McDonald

What I want out of these games is a built in Cast feature. I would enjoy them more if I could cast to a big screen when I want to. Villages and Heroes is actually a pretty decent game, and, ironically, my time to want to play it is often when I’m home. And could enjoy it on a bigger screen. Item #5039 for the dev team.

Stuff you didn’t plan on is always what gets asked for… always. I see it in my own job. It’s a wonder any of us aren’t bald ;)

Sally Bowls

Isn’t that built into your phone’s ecosystem? E.g., in the Apple world, you can plug a cable into the phone and TV. Quickest & easiest is “Connect to the same Wi-Fi network on your iOS device and the device that you want to AirPlay to. On your iOS device, swipe up from the bottom of your screen to open Control Center. In Control Center, tap AirPlay Mirroring, then select your Apple TV from the list.