Nexon’s mobile MMORPG V4 will launch in the west for PC and mobile this year

    
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Last year, Nexon announced that it was rolling its mobile MMORPG V4 over to Korean PC players. Now, it’s making eyes at the rest of the world, including the west, where it’ll land on PC, Android, and iOS.

“New realms, mysterious quests and formidable unworldly foes beckon in V4, the latest open-world massively-multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) from NEXON Korea Corporation, subsidiary of NEXON Co., Ltd. (“Nexon”) (3659.TO), a worldwide leader in free-to-play online and mobile games. In the second half of 2020, heroes can dive into V4 on iOS and Android globally, excluding select regions. After growing community excitement since late 2019, official details are now available about V4’s highly-anticipated gameplay, including:

Groundbreaking Visuals – V4’s stunning open world boasts groundbreaking high-end graphics, implemented through Unreal Engine 4

Unprecedented Cross-Play – Players can utilize the six character-class structure to team up or go head to head with challengers around the world across both mobile and PC platforms

Never-Ending Fun – V4’s winning gameplay includes limitless progression, teamwork, and cooperation in the inter-server region. and cooperative competition between guilds are a regular occurrence

Epic Teams – Players can enlist in teams for both party play and co-play between guilds from other servers for massive amounts of cooperative competition

Boss Battles – More than one hundred players at a time can experience epic field boss battles, all in one location. Rare and ancient relics are awarded to the victors.”

The official site is plugging the June 25th date for preregistration, with the global launch coming in the back half of 2020.

Source: Press release, official site

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memitim

“limitless progression” Well that’s good news…..for the department running the cash shop.

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Robert Mann

Mobile: Okay, based on what is know this is actually a halfway decent title there.

PC: Why would you want to play this as compared to so many other games on PC?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? *Stares in every language that has ever been…*

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kvlt_vonnegut

There’s still a lot of places in the world where the only ‘gaming machine’ people can feasibly put hands on is their phone. That’s the audience for these things, profits from the West are just gravy.