Nexon Europe has announced today that from this month, the publisher will take on the popular free-to-play first-person shooter (FPS) WarRock. This marks the fifth license Nexon have acquired, and joins MapleStory, Combat Arms, Atlantica, Vindictus and Dekaron in its growing list of free-to-play online videogame titles.
WarRock is a fast-paced FPS set within the fictional Republic of Derbaran during an intense nuclear war. Players fight against each other and they can choose to play as one of five branches: Military Engineer, Scout, Combatant, Heavy Weapons Unit and Medic. Each character has their own specialties that can be selected by the player. WarRock provides highly diverse combat throughout several different modes of play, including Close Quarters Combat, Hero Mode, Urban Ops, Battle Group and Zombie mode.
“WarRock is simply a perfect fit for our current portfolio”, said Sungjin Kim, Nexon Europe’s CEO. “It’s another well known title that drives us to a point where we are able to redefine the market for MMO-FPS Games.”
Peter Jang, CEO of Dream Execution Technologies, said: ”The partnership with Nexon Europe, a publisher who possesses both passion and expertise, will prepare WarRock for the second leap in North American and European markets. I would like to thank all users for playing and showing their love and care for WarRock. From now on, both Dream Execution Technologies and Nexon Europe will continuously strive to improve the quality of the game and service.”
The publisher has stated that the team behind the acquisition of WarRock are working incredibly hard to ensure a smooth transition to its servers. Players who are currently playing WarRock will be able to migrate their accounts to Nexon Europe’s account and fully sustain and continue their gaming experience. The migration will happen in late May and players can expect continued community support and a host of exciting developments and updates. Electronic Theatre will keep you updated with all the latest announcements regarding WarRock and other titles from Nexon Europe.