Nexon’s new mobile and PC MMO V4 arrives on July 22 — here’s a panoramic trailer

    
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Over the course of this past June we’ve been checking in on V4, a new MMORPG from Nexon arriving to PC and mobile devices in the west. The game is promising cross-platform play, “limitless” progression, 100-player boss battles, cross-server teaming options, and a whole lot of eye candy. And while the game was offering up pre-registration, what it wasn’t offering was a launch date. Until now, that is.

Wednesday, July 22nd, will see V4 fully release free-to-play on PC, iOS, and Android, bringing with it all of the listed features above as well as six classes for players to play — Enchantress, Slayer, Knight, Warlord, Gunslinger, BoomBlade — along with 50 customization options in order to make your character your own.

The announcement has also brought with it a single-shot panoramic trailer of the game in action, providing a staged but no less pretty look at what to generally look forward to. We’ve got that embedded below.

source: Gamespot, thanks to Scott for the tip!
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I’m gonna test it out, I have zero expectations, but I will still give it a fair try.

There is another one like that, apparently cross platform on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1261180/REBIRTH_ONLINE/

My only hopes for these two games is they are at least as good as AdventureQuest 3D, Old School RuneScape and Villagers & Heroes in terms of desktop client. Granted, V&H was originally a PC-only browser game and so was Old School RuneScape, so they already have better desktop clients compared to AQ3D.

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Winter

I’m seeing gender lock :D

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feleran

Why do you hate it so much?

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Winter

Not hate dislike. I don’t see why I can’t play a male caster if I want to.

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Leo

this visual style is in so many online games, it’s hard to tell them apart

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Robert Mann

Hey, when games that include mobile in their platforms over-simplify everything else for you, they can have graphics on par with PC MMOs from 2014 or maybe even slightly newer (maybe). This is great news for people looking to have a game play itself while they occasionally watch or something. I think. Uh, people who are into that, please let us know if it’s great news for you or not?

Yes, graphics are not everything… which gives some leeway for things that look like this. The problem is that all indications show that the graphics ARE what it has, and that everything else is so shallow that people are asking why the pond is dry.

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Aord

Looks like a clone of Black Desert Mobile and tons of other games (probably utilizing the same licensed game engine.) Same gender-locked classes, same autoplay and autocombat, even most of UI elements looks the same.
There’s a small hope that I will be proved wrong but **siiigh**

P.S. For more-or-less true MMORPG experience on mobile one should probably look at good ol’ Villagers & Heroes, RuneScape Mobile or, hell, even AQ3D, unfinished as it is.

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Tom316

Black Desert Mobile uses UE4 for its engine.

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Aord

I mean they look like being made from same template. Compare UI, looks and animations of Black Desert Mobile, Perfect World, Rangers of Oblivion and available gameplay footage from V4. It’s hard to tell one game from another. I wonder if the gameplay is also the same, only “reskinned” for the 100th time.

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Tom316

I wouldn’t doubt if BDM and V4 used UE4 and a similar backend. But Rangers of Oblivion and Perfect World use something other then UE4 if I remember right.