Trove Is Headed To South Korea
Just when you think a game has been made available everywhere, the developer pops up and tells you it's being released in a new place. Case-in-point... gamigo announced today that they are working with Korean publisher Aprogen Games to bring Trove to PC in South Korea. Aprogen Games was founded in Korea in 2014 and most of its library appears to be mobile games like Dragon Raja and Heroes and Titans.
At the moment, an official South Korean release date is not available but gamigo and Aprogen Games have stated they will provide "continuous updates on the publishing process". Of course, we'll all want to keep an eye on the gamgio site.
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