Blockchain MMORPG MIR M: Vanguard And Vagabond Currently In-Development For Global Release
The game is a cross-play title taking inspirations from the MIR gaming series.
Wemade Entertainment, a Korean blockchain gaming company, has launched their new MMORPG, MIR M: Vanguard and Vagabond, and is currently developing a global version. MIR M only launched in Korea so far as a cross-play title for mobile and PC devices.
MIR M: Vanguard and Vagabond is an MMORPG based on previous titles in its series, especially the fan-favorite "The Legend of Mir 2." Wemade states that the game "has utilized certain techniques to recreate the gameplay of the original game," but much of the visual quality and core game systems have seen a notable improvement. MIR M is divided into three major stages, each offering exclusive content. For example, the first includes incarnation, mythical creatures, and mounts, while the last stage focuses on an intense round of conquests and battles.
The global version will feature these stages like the Korean version, but will support multiple languages. What might scare people away, though, is the play-to-earn blockchain features that Wemade wants to implement in the global version. It's not clear what P2E features players could expect from the announcement or how they complement character progression and gameplay. Only time will tell if these features make or break the game.
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