Marvel Heroes 2016 has finally made its way to South Korea thanks to a little help from Ubitus Inc., a leader in cloud technology and streaming game services. This is the first step in localizing the free-to-play game in Asia.
Gazillion CEO David Dohrmann attributed the decision to go ahead with localization to Asia's growing love for Marvel characters like Iron Man and Deadpool.
“South Korean gamers and Marvel fans are in for a real treat, and we can’t wait to expand the audience even further as we launch the game in other Asian territories in the months to come.”
South Korean gamers can get in on the super hero action starting today.
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