Nexon’s Mobile Dungeon&Fighter to Launch in Korea on March 24
TOKYO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–NEXON Co., Ltd. (Nexon) (3659.TO), a global leader in Virtual Worlds, today announced that it will release Mobile Dungeon&Fighter in Korea on March 24. The announcement was made by three of the game’s developers, General Director Myeongjin Yun, and Heads of Development Wonman Lee and Sungtae Ok.
Mobile Dungeon&Fighter is a new mobile interpretation of the Dungeon&Fighter IP, which has built a huge global fan base of over 850 million cumulative users and remains the world leader in the action genre. It features an iconic 2D arcade-style side-scrolling action, deeply immersive multiplayer role-playing game (RPG) elements, and a continuously evolving storyline. Mobile Dungeon&Fighter delivers a fast, fun and action-packed gameplay experience synonymous with this beloved franchise.
Mobile Dungeon&Fighter is the first of three highly anticipated new Virtual Worlds among the many games Nexon will launch in 2022. Scheduled for global release later this year are KartRider: Drift and ARC Raiders, the first game from Nexon’s Embark Studios in Stockholm, Sweden.
More information about Mobile Dungeon&Fighter can be found on the official YouTube channel.
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About NEXON Co., Ltd. https://company.nexon.co.jp/en/
Founded in 1994, NEXON Co., Ltd. (Nexon) (3659.TO) is a company engaged in the production, development and operation of online games and Virtual Worlds. First listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange in December 2011, Nexon was placed on JPX400 in 2015 and added to the Nikkei Stock Index 300 in 2017. In 2020, Nexon was added to the Nikkei 225. Nexon currently has more than 50 live games on multiple platforms including mobile and available in more than 190 countries. Major game franchises include MapleStory
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