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01/30/2014
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Luxembourg, 30 January 2014: Nexon Europe is pleased to announce the opening of the official Lost Saga site ( http://lostsaga.nexoneu.com/) ahead of the game’s Closed Beta Test in February. Featuring a host of details on the upcoming online brawler, users are also encouraged to visit and weigh in on exactly the kind of game they want to see.

With community-driven gaming at the heart of Nexon Europe’s ethos, players are invited to join the discussions on how the game should take shape and are encouraged to let their thoughts and opinions loose on what they think of Lost Saga.

Developed by I.O. Entertainment and licensed by WeMade Entertainment, Lost Saga is an online multiplayer brawler game like no other, incorporating over 100 well-loved characters from across time and space, 20 maps and a wide variety of game modes. Having enjoyed considerable success so far, the community already has over 2000 members and is waiting for more users to join its ranks and shape the destiny of the game.

“The feedback from our trusted community is what ultimately shapes our games and so is hugely important to us,” said Kenny Chang, Managing Director at Nexon Europe. “We’re lucky to have an incredibly vocal group of players across our titles too, so I’m happy to invite them all to share their opinions on our latest and most exciting title, Lost Saga. We all look forward to seeing what kind of game the players want to make.”

The CBT will begin at the end of February and the beta key registration will begin on Feb 6 th. This is limited access, please hurry! First come, first serve!

The official site ( http://lostsaga.nexoneu.com/) of Lost Saga is open from today and users can also take part in the game-changing discussion now on the Lost Saga Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/LostSagaEurope.

To watch the latest game trailer, go to http://goo.gl/19qkKL

About Nexon Europe

Established in March 2007, Nexon Europe is one of the leading publishers of free-to-play MMOs in Europe. The company has brought the worldwide hit casual MMORPG MapleStory to Europe in May 2007, and the successful FPS Combat Arms in January 2009. With the launch of the 3D action MMORPG Vindictus in 2011, Nexon Europe has strengthened its position as a promising publisher in Europe. Next to these in-house franchises, Nexon Europe was also able to acquire and fully operate Atlantica Online, an innovative, tactical MMORPG; Dekaron, an authentic action MMORPG set in a grim fantasy universe; and the action-packed FPS War Rock. The newest additions to its growing portfolio are Navy Field 2 alongside the legendary FPS game Counter-Strike Online in Turkey. For more information on Nexon Europe and its games, please visit the official site at  www.nexoneu.com.

About WeMade Entertainment Co., Ltd.

Established in 2000, WeMade Entertainment Co., Ltd., (KOSDAQ: 112040) is an international game developer and publisher with some of the most popular mobile games in Asia. WeMade has grown from a handful of passionate game pioneers to more than 1,000 game enthusiasts including one of the most robust mobile games development teams in the world. WeMade’s first hit title “Legend of Mir 2” drew more than 200 million online PC gamers into its world. Since debuting in the mobile games space in April of 2012, WeMade has released 27 high-quality mobile games including “WIND RUNNER”, which became the most popular mobile game in Korea and Japan with over 30 million downloads combined.

Press contact

Will Becket | Premier | E: will.beckett@premiercomms.com | T: +44 (0)207 292 5067

Yunus Ibrahim | Premier | E: yunus.ibrahim@premiercomms.com | T: +44 (0)207 292 7379