MU Legend Coming To Steam
MU Legend, the dungeon crawler MMO from Webzen, is making its way to Steam. No. It's not there yet, but it will be sometime in August. (And in the meantime it does have a game page where those interested in it can do the whole wishlist thing.)
Since the game has been available to play via the Webzen site, this means that players will now face the choice of sticking with the client they have or grabbing it via Steam -- just to have everything in one place. (It's also worth noting that I haven't found anything saying how easy it will be to transfer an account to Steam, for those who wish to do so.)
That aside, the game should get a nice boost in players for at least a little while after the August launch -- always good news.
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