How often does an MMO make a return to live, officially supported servers over a decade after shutting down? Not too often, but apparently it does happen. Take, for instance, Helbreath. An MMO developed by Siementech in 1999...
The game, which launched in South Korea back in the day, was suddenly resurrected in October coming back in an official capacity. We say "official" because the game has continued to exist in the form of unofficial servers.
Since the isometric game's relaunch, the development team has been busy updating it, adding a variety of new features, repairing bugs, and more. You can check out Helbreath on the official site. (Be warned, the site is noisy. But you can find the pause/mute button on the bottom right hand side of the page.)
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