Nexon has sent word about the launch of its latest mobile MMO, AxE: Alliance vs Empire for Android and iOS devices. The game features a classic MMORPG experience with the basics of storyline quests, an explorable open world, dungeons, raids, epic bosses, and PvP modes. Players will be able to participate in massive 150-player battlefields and 4 vs 4 arenas. Check out the video below to see a sample of the game’s combat in the Frost Zilas Raid dungeon.
Nexon has announced that MapleStory M, the recently launched mobile MMORPG rendition of MapleStory has been received a large content update that brings three new explorer classes to the game, equipment enhancements systems and more. The three new classes are the close-combat dagger-wielding damage-dealer known as the Shadower, the two-handed sword wielder called Hero, and the Ice and Lightning magician called Arch Mage.
Aion: Legions of War, the mobile strategy RPG that is set in the same universe as PC MMO Aion has officially launched worldwide. The game is now available for both Android and iOS mobile devices. Players collect heroes to add to their teams and to fight with in PvE dungeons and PvP arenas. Each hero can be customized with a plethora of gear, transformations, and affinity-based abilities.
Nexon’s latest mobile MMORPG Alliance vs Empire or AxE for short is coming to the Western mobile market with a global release in 2019. The action-packed title will be playable on iOS and Android devices. You can pre-register now on the official AxE site to get exclusive in-game rewards.
The game features a war-torn world in which the Darkhaan Empire and Galanos Alliance fight for world dominance. Take on raids and co-op missions with your friends as one of six unique classes. Players can fight in 75vs75 battlegrounds combat and 4vs4 arena combat.
NCSoft is preparing to expand their reach in the Western mobile game market with the upcoming new strategy RPG/MMO ‘Aion: Legions of War‘. On January 24th, Aion: LoW will launch and be playable world-wide for free on iOS and Android devices. Excited fans can now pre-register on the official website. Doing so will grant launch day rewards.
Aion: Legions of War re-imagines the PC MMORPG Aion as a narrative-driven strategy RPG. The game is about building up a roster of unique heroes to be build a powerful party and fight against bosses in tiered dungeons. Players can get together by running guild dungeons and fighting against one another in duel arenas.
Thee mobile rendition of the PvP-heavy action-combat MMORPG Blade & Soul named Blade & Soul: Revolution has finally launched in South Korea. It ranked as the top grossing free-to-play game on iOS within 24 hours of its launch on December 6th. It’s currently still sitting as the top grossing app in South Korea ahead of Lineage 2: Revolution and Black Desert Mobile.
Blade & Soul: Revolution aims to give a mobile experience that is as close to the PC version as possible. This means that the combat is action-mode and players fight for glory in PvP tournaments and massive 500 vs 500 battles.
Fans of the classic fantasy MMORPG Ragnarok Online may be pleased to hear that a new mobile version of Ragnarok is set to release globally soon! Well… to North America, South America, Oceania, and South Asia. Pre-registrations are open for Ragnarok M: Eternal Love. Those who pre-register will be set to receive rewards if the total registration count reaches certain tiers. To pre-register, visit the official Ragnarok Mobile: Eternal Love global site.
Back in September, we received word that the mobile version of Old School RuneScape will be releasing at the end of October. Now, OSRS has finally launched as a free-to-play game for both iOS and Android mobile devices. The game is cross-platform so players can switch between PC and mobile devices to continue their adventures.
While the game is free-to-play, there are limitations to what free players can do. A membership is offered for expanding the world map, adding more bank account slots, and more.
Published by Nexon, the mobile MMORPG ‘Spiritwish‘ has entered closed beta testing in South Korea. The isometric mobile RPG shares a lot of gameplay and graphical aspects with Tree of Savior. If you are a fan of ToS or Ragnarok Online, this game is one to keep an eye out for. Dungeon bosses, quests, cut-scenes, NPCs and world-design act and look almost identical to Tree of Savior. There is also an auto-combat mode.
One main difference is that players create their own team of up to 3 controllable characters. There is no official word on whether an English version is planned for Spiritwish yet. Watch the official teaser below to see the gameplay. Beta testing will begin in Korea later in 2018.