Nexon To Publish Sequel To Now-Defunct Mobile Hack ‘N Slash RPG Hero Of Incredible Tales (HIT)
NAT Games’ HIT2 will be available on mobile devices and PC.
Nexon is adding another game to its publishing roster, taking on the duty for the next game in NAT Games’ HIT IP, HIT2. HIT – which stands for "Heroes of Incredible Tales" -- is a mobile hack-and-slash RPG that launched on mobile devices in 2016. According to the press release, the game was downloaded approximately 25 million times and was recognized at the Korea Game Awards. Unfortunately, the global version of the game was shuttered in 2019.
Not a lot of information has been provided about HIT2. In fact, the press release simply states that more information will be provided at a later date. What we do know is that it “utilizes the NAT Games’ HIT IP optimized for PC and mobile platforms”. As for the original game, it featured four player classes, voiced characters, PvP, co-op, other modes, and hundreds of stages with varying environments to play through.
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