Webzen Releases Mu Legend Closed Beta Test Infographic

Jason Winter
By Jason Winter, News Editor
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We could all use more infographics in our lives, right? Today's entry comes from Webzen and touts the success of Mu Legend's global closed beta test.

As you can see, players spent a combined 154 years, which translates into nearly five billion seconds, in the game during the CBT. The most popular class was the warmage, while the poor dark lord only got love from 21% of players. Meanwhile, 1.6 million dungeons were "visited," which makes you wonder: Did the visitors bring gifts? Did they wipe their feet?

Another global beta test is scheduled for 2017, with plans to localize the game into French, German, Brazilian-Portuguese, Spanish, and Polish. You can sign up on the Mu Legend website.

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Jason Winter
Jason Winter, News Editor
Jason Winter is a veteran gaming journalist, he brings a wide range of experience to MMOBomb, including two years with Beckett Media where he served as the editor of the leading gaming magazine Massive Online Gamer. He has also written professionally for several gaming websites.

Discussion (3)

Meh 6 years ago
Rubbish game, just a cash in on the classic MU name.

rickshaw 6 years ago
it is a awesome game love the way it plays. the gender lock is a bit annoying as I love the archer but once you get the good gear on, no one really sees that your of different gender choice anyway.
but would be nice if it was unlocked.

Gahen 6 years ago
Just 7% reached max level? That says everything about the game, because levelling is so easy, you can get to max level in no time with just kicking some dogs around the city.

Most of the work put into the game by developers go wasted on pointless and dumb features. The game is a quick grind-to-max-level, then some dumb hardcore dungeon rushing and PvP. But the classes are so ridiculously unbalanced, that it just cause people hitting mid-level to rage and leave the game forever.
The story starts out as fun, but after you hit level 20-30 it becomes terribly boring. The daily dungeons are either borig resource grind with no challenge at all, or special resource runs, where only half of the classes are useful. Players picking the weaker classes leave, never to return to this Boredom Legends.


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