In South Korea, many gamers play mobile MMORPGs on PC, through emulators. To support the trend, Netmarble is launching the beta version of a PC game client to play its mobile MMORPG A3 Still Alive.
We know, Netmarble specializes in the development and operation of mobile games, primarily MMORPGs and action role-playing games aimed more at an audience of “gamers”. However, we also know that many of these players prefer to play these mobile games on PC, through emulators. To support this strong trend in South Korea, Netmarble is preparing a PC adaptation of its PvP MMORPG. A3 still alive, initially launched last November on mobile platforms.
This weekend in Korea, the South Korean giant launched the beta of a PC version of A3: Still Alive: A PC game client is available for free download at the official website of the MMORPG and therefore offers an “adapted” version of the game. Touch controls have been redesigned for the keyboard and mouse, the display is refined (playable in 4K), and depth of view is increased (by further zooming out).
The developer also conjures up cross-platform options that allow you to find your character and progress sometimes on PC, sometimes on mobile.
As a reminder, A3: Still Alive was initially the mobile adaptation of the MMORPG A3 for PC (released in 2005) and focuses on the mechanics of the PvP game. A3 Still Alive stands out in particular for its playability that integrates Real battle.
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