After several postponements, Blade & Soul II will finally be released on August 26 in South Korea, on mobile and PC platforms via NCsoft’s Purple platform. The martial arts MMO has a storied history of pre-enrollment.
First announced in 2017, Blade and Soul II It will finally launch on August 26 in South Korea, simultaneously on iOS and Android mobile platforms, and on PC via Purple, the cross-game platform from NCsoft.
As is customary in Korea, the martial arts MMO had been the subject of a pre-registration campaign since last April, which ended earlier this week. Today, NCsoft claims a total of 7.46 million pre-registrants, a record in the matter according to the developer since Blade and Soul II even supplants the insanity it aroused. Lineage 2M in its day and that had attracted “only” 7.38 million pre-registrants.
Blade & Soul II will continue to be revealed gradually over the next month until its release, but until then, we recall that NCsoft presents the game as a “true multiplatform MMORPG”. of a technological feat. This B & S2 aims to immerse players in a vast and evolving open world, serving as the framework for a scripted but non-linear “real adventure”. Pour mémoire, à l’inverse de son prédécesseur, Blade & Soul II n’intègre pas de classes jouables, plus a système de familles d’armes à maîtriser (six different au lancement), which determines the profil du personnage au sein d ‘ a group.
To be discovered specifically from August 26 in South Korea and later in the rest of the world.
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