War Rock, a free-to-play tactical FPS developed by Dream Execution, has changed hands moving from Nexon to Papaya Play. The transition has recently been completed, with the latter company now providing all services for the game.
As part of the game's relaunch, Papaya Play is offering players reward packages, community events, and more to get things rolling. The company has also implemented a new anti-cheat system.
In addition to this, the relaunch occurs alongside a content update that will add a new tournament mode and two new maps. More information on all of this is available on the Papaya Play site.
As for the transfer itself, it does require players to migrate their accounts. If you haven't done that yet, don't worry, there's still time. Papaya Play is keeping migration open until August 16.
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