If you’re curious about NCSoft’s upcoming (mostly) mobile MMORPG Lineage W and perhaps want to see some of the locations that will be available in the game, there’s good news. MMO Culture (You know the folks.) recently posted four new trailers offering players a glimpse at different locales in the game. Of course, the trailers come from NCSoft, but from what I can tell are not available on the games’ official site.
These new trailers arrive two weeks after a showcase in which the company offered a look at the game and provided important information – such as when the game will launch. According to the showcase, the launch is divided into three regions. Region 1 consists mostly of Asian countries and its launch is scheduled for November 4. Region 2 includes the Americas and Europe while Region 3 is more speculative and something that they “may end up adding”.
If you’re wondering why we’re reporting on this game, it being mobile and all, much like Lineage M, which is on its way to the West, Lineage W will also be available on PC via NCSoft’s cross-platform… platform, Purple.
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