Nexon’s UE4 crossplatform MMO V4 is officially live for PC, Android, and iOS players

    
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Nexon’s UE4 crossplatform MMO V4 is officially live for PC, Android, and iOS players

We’ve had an eye on the hard-to-search-for V4 since August 2019, when news of Nexon’s next Korean MMO first reached our shores. And the game hasn’t delayed on its journey westward, as it’s officially launched globally as of today with all the hoopla and features you expect out of a flashy UE4 MMO that’s expected to perform on both PC and mobile, from class customization and exploration to guilds and PvP.

“Powered by Unreal Engine 4, V4 challenges players to save Syllunas, a once paradisal land that is now being threatened by demonic forces led by the villainous Guardion and the once-mighty Scoria Knights. Featuring six offense-focused classes including Enchantress, Slayer, Knight, Warlord, Gunslinger and BoomBlade, each class in V4 allows players the opportunity to deal maximum damage and destruction as they navigate through the adventure-packed environment. Forging powerful alliances, players will explore realms, and conquer the battlefield in action-filled real-time player versus player and player versus environment (PvPvE) experiences as they advance in the game. Offering over 50 customization options, personalize characters with lustrous weapons and armor to aid them in battle and unlock their true potential. With a player-driven marketplace, V4 invites players to experience an open world adventure that allows them to indulge in the immersive world of Syllunas at any time, at home or on the go, with players all across the world.”

If you previously registered for the game, you should be able to claim your costumes, gold, chests, and potions now, Nexon says. The game is available on PC as well as both iOS and Android.

Source: Press release, official site

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rk70534

Peria Chronicles died so that this game could live.

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Jack Tyme

Better than BDO M. I started playing BDO M about 5 days ago on an android emulator. Then this comes out…I have to say this is much better.

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Lee Bailey

This is almost exactly the same as lineage 2 mobile, I had higher hopes. Terrible terrible game.

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Michael Fuchs

Game is horrible on PC. Literally references tapping and such all the time, and I couldn’t get the damn thing to quit auto attacking the mobs even so I could try to play myself.

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Michael Fuchs

Also the voice acting is…questionable. The sound levels are all wrong when multiple characters are talking with varying levels of sound quality.

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Greaterdivinity

Wow…apparently my Samsung Galaxy S8 isn’t compatible with the game which…is surprising and a bummer.

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Java Jawa

Same issue

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Leo

is it like half of a V8 drink?

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Malcolm Swoboda

genderlock

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Rialto

This. No thanks. I really need devs to STOP with gender locks already.

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Aord

Play a “find 10 differences from Black Desert Mobile” game. Had I enjoyed an autoplay/autocombat BDM re-skin I would be playing BDM itself, as any Nexon game bears additional risk of being shut down in a year or so.

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Reginald Atkins

have to agree, bit too auto-play-ish.. I’ll tinker with it a bit more I think but at this point it’s just ok.

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Tom316

It is very similar to BDM. But visually graphically (minus character animations) it looks better them BDM. I can fault V4 on alot of things, but its graphics is not one of them. A artist or group of artists put some work into it visually.

Gameplay is a joke, the game for the most part just auto plays itself. When you do try to take manual control of the game the combat is very sluggish and not very interesting. The story, quests are extremely bland.

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Connor

It’s funny you mention that, they actually include the whole feature where if you zoom in to a certain point the camera becomes a portrait and your character locks eye contact with the screen.