Korea’s G-Star conference took place in Seoul this weekend, and as promised Bluehole was there showing off its newest project, the steam-punk MMO Ascent: Infinite Realm. There is a nearly 2 hour long gameplay video already available. But that may not be enough for those with a real interest in the game, who want to savor every bit of footage they can find.

Luckily, there are four more videos available to check out, ranging in content from character creation to questing and combat. Some of the videos appear to be filmed using a phone, so they aren’t the best quality, but they are good enough to give you an idea of what’s going on with the game.

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  1. GTX 1080TI on November 21, 2017

    Seriously when will this game shut down?

  2. H9 on November 21, 2017

    Looks okay, if this game had hidden classes that arent visibly available or have a custom class creator or something like blue mage from FFXI, then I wont be playing this anytime soon..

  3. eggs on November 21, 2017

    Honestly, this just looks like guild wars. I have a feeling that this game is going to be your basic f2p mmorpg with micro transactions, pay to win and all. The only unique thing this game will probably have to offer is a steampunk skin and some leveling or skilling mechanic that noone will even enjoy. I feel like i have already played this game. There will be hype for it just like every recent mmorpg, reach around 50k peak players then after 3 months the game will die. Look what happened to Conan exiles, ArcheAge, H1Z1 – just survive, Black Desert Online, Darklight and the list goes on. I think all the modern mmo’s aren’t about content, they are just about hype and product pushing to make a quick buck. The only reason these companies care if their game dies is because they wont be making any more money. Hell, even Bluehole with PUBG, i bought that game when it first came out and i have seen not a single update that fixed the core problems with that game. I mean, the steam reviews speak for them self.

    • TestAccount on November 21, 2017

      idk if you actually played GW at all, but this game definitely does not look like it or feels like it. It is 100% BDO in a steampunk style but that’s it. And harassing a game that hasn’t come out yet. …

  4. boi on November 21, 2017

    this looks sick

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