The Korean game developer and publisher of free-to-play games, Webzen, announced the plan for G-Star 2016 and its G-Star 2016 preview conference. Webzen is currently setting up its exhibition booths for the G-Star game show to showcase the newest online and mobile games.
Developed by Korean developer Timber Games, Azera: Iron Heart is a mobile MMORPG like no other, combined with the thrilling and immersive storyline and Hack ‘n’ Slash action. Webzen will showcase Azera: Iron Heart demo for the first time which demonstrates the film quality 3D cinematics, massive PvP contests, a real-time competitive gameplay at G-Star 2016. The Closed Beta is set to begin in December 2016, South Korea, and the official launch will follow afterward.
Webzen is also gearing up for more public hands-on demonstrations and will be showing a brand-new cinematic trailer of the upcoming PC online game Mu Legend. Mu Legend is the upcoming Hack ‘n’ Slash MMO and the long awaited follow-up to the popular MU Online. Mu Legend features unparalleled gameplay that not only caters to the millions of MU fans from the past decade but is also easy to pick up and play for newcomers. Mu Legend will enter Open Beta in Q1 2016, South Korea. For global markets, the first global Closed Beta is underway, running from October 25 to November 8, 2016 (UTC).
MU Legend is the highly-anticipated action MMO and the follow-up to MU Online. It features fluid and stunning hack n’ slash combat, content that caters to both solo and party play, and a world that’s deep and intriguing that will satisfy new players and fans alike. Players can choose from four distinct classes: Dark Lord, Whisperer, Blader, and War Mage – and engage in the endless battle between the world of MU and Pandemonium. MU Legend offers spectacular visuals that will run on lower-end systems as well as offer detailed art design with stunning effects.
Webzen Inc. is a global developer and publisher of MMORPGs MU Origin, MU ONLINE, CONTINENT OF THE NINTH SEAL (C9), the METIN series and an array of exciting game titles slated for release in the global game market. Webzen has expanded its service to Europe, North and South America and other countries by operating its global game portal with 60 million players from all over the world.