Nexon Reveals Details about Unreal Engine 4-Powered Mobile RPG, HIT
Everything you need to know about modes and lore for this stunning mobile action-RPG, set for release on iOS and Android later this summer.
Berlin, Germany – 24th June 2016 – Nexon and NAT Games today announced more details about HIT (Heroes of Incredible Tales) – its phenomenally successful Korean action RPG, which already boasts in excess of five million downloads since launching in Korea in November 2015. HIT is the first mobile game from Yong-Hyun Park, the mastermind behind hugely successful MMORPGs Lineage II and TERA, and features intuitively addictive gameplay set across a diverse and beautifully rendered levels taking full advantage of the Unreal 4-powered graphics engine. IOS and Android players are in for a rare treat when the game launches across Europe later this summer!
HIT pre-registrations are now open. A shield-shattering 90,000 users have already signed up, guaranteeing themselves access to unique in-game rewards. Even more rewards can be gained by all players reaching the next level of preregistrations at:https://hitmobile.nexon.com/en or https://goo.gl/k0noJY
Besides an engrossing storyline, HIT is also jam-packed with game modes:
Adventure Mode – Become a hero as you journey through incredible tales, earning both EXP and rewards along your way. Become a knight and set out across 200 stages to defend Intera. Depending on the region, multiple stages exist, and on the last stage of each region, a different and menacing boss monster will appear. The only way to proceed with the story is to defeat the evil boss.
Tower of Trial – Test your mettle in a special challenge stage which consists of 50 floors. Each floor unlocks as your level increases, and powerful rewards corresponding to your level will be rewarded upon completion.
Daily Dungeon – Every day, conquer dungeouns with your friend’s character in tow as a mercenary and ally. This mode includes six stages where, on the hardest stage, players will be able to acquire great rewards.
Real-Time Game Modes – HIT is true to its MMORPG roots, offering players an abundance of real-time content. In the Arena, you can challenge other similarly-equipped players to PvP combat, and the victorious hero is rewarded with points. A ladder system will be also be put in place to enhance the competitive spirit. PvP arenas can host up to six players for a free-for-all battle royale. In this mode, points can be earned depending on the number of kills and damage dealt to others. Raid challenges a band of five cooperative players to engage four distinct types of boss monsters. Guild War pits two guilds against each other with each side having a player and three allied guild members as one party.
Stay up to date on the latest HIT news by liking it on Facebook, or pre-registering for the game at the official website: https://hitmobile.nexon.com/en. Android users can also register directly at Google Play: https://goo.gl/k0noJY
About NEXON Co., Ltd. http://company.nexon.co.jp/
NEXON Co., Ltd. (“Nexon”) (3659.TO) is a worldwide leader in free-to-play online and mobile games. Founded in Korea in 1994, Nexon developed one of the world’s first graphics-based massively multiplayer online games. Nexon also pioneered the concept of microtransactions and the free-to-play business model, setting a new standard in which play is free, and users have the option to purchase in-game items to enhance their experience. Nexon currently services nearly 100 titles in more than 190 countries. The Company is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan and its shares are listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
About NAT Games http://www.natgames.co.kr/
NAT Games has specialized in quality mobile roleplaying experiences since it was founded in 2013 by experienced RPG developers, including Park Yong-Hyun, famous for his work on the hit massively multiplayer role playing games Lineage II and TERA. NAT Games’ first mobile title HIT is a fully-3D mobile action RPG. HIT was launched in Korea on November 18, 2015. It became the top selling game in both Google Play and App Store the following day.