Nexon Reveals Teaser Trailer For Upcoming PvP MMORPG
Goodbye Project ER, and hello Wars of Prasia.
Nexon's CEO Lee Jung-Heon has announced the new MMORPG Wars of Prasia, and with that announcement comes a short video trailer. This ambitious new IP is powered by Unreal Engine 4 and is said to have a seamless open world. That's right, no map loading. The game will focus on mobile and PC cross-platform siege PvP. While the trailer looks beautiful, it was short and did not offer too much in the way of details. Thankfully the development team will be showcasing more Wars of Prasia over the next few days at the annual Nexon Developers Conference.
As of now, all we really know is that IP will be based in a fantasy world and as with Project ER–Wars of Prasia’s former name–Nexon already spoke about 24-hour siege battles. Still, as new information comes in, we will be sure to keep you updated on all the new information (thanks, MMOCulture!) surrounding the MMORPG.
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