Kakao Games Announces New Showcase Stream "Kakao Now"
The stream will include exclusive updates for several games including Eternal Return, Elyon, and ArcheAge.
Kakao Games is introducing a whole new way to keep fans of its various IP's apprised of what’s happening. Today, the company announced Kakao Now, an all-new showcase stream that will offer details on the company’s myriad of titles including Eternal Return, Elyon, and ArcheAge. With the latest ArcheAge title, the NFT MMO ArcheWorld, entering pre-registration, it seems likely that will be one of the topics.
Those who are interested in watching the stream can do so on Thursday, March 17 via YouTube or Twitch. The stream is scheduled to kick off at 7 pm UTC (3 pm Eastern, 12 pm Pacific). Of course, if you can’t watch it live, we’ll have something about it here, probably with the VOD, later in the day.
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