Actoz Games set to launch over 30 mobile games including Dragon Nest: Labyrinth 9

Actoz Games set to launch over 30 mobile games including Dragon Nest: Labyrinth

Actoz Games, guided by their vision to expand into mobile games, revealed their new mobile game lineup for the next few years at the mobile strategy conference held at the JW Marriott Hotel on May 27.

The event was attended by, among others, Chien Tung Hai, CEO of Actoz Games, and VP Wan Soo Lee.

“2015 will be a brand-new starting point for Actoz Games to penetrate into the global market,” said Chien, “We will combine the exceptional global service of Actoz Games with the outstanding development experience of Eyedentity Games to create a great synergy.”

Actoz Games intend to strengthen their mobile business through systematic global services and global game IP acquisitions.

Their first step will be to take advantage of existing online game IPs such as Dragon Nest, Dungeon Striker, and La Tale, all of them immensely popular worldwide. Their flagship online game, Dragon Nest, is published in 68 countries with more than 200 million registered users and has reached a peak of 900,000 concurrent users.

Currently, more than three mobile games are planned under the Dragon Nest IP: Dragon Nest: Labyrinth, Dragon Nest: Legends, and Dragon Nest: Origin.

Dragon Nest 2: Legends
High-quality action RPG with over 20 explosive skills. Players will confront gigantic raid bosses and reach 500 years into the past as they uncover the hidden lore of Geraint and Argenta. This highly anticipated continuation of the Dragon Nest saga will be a mobile experience unlike any other. (Q4 2015)

Dragon Nest: Labyrinth
Strategic action with adorable anime-style characters. Players must combine the best of the best to explore the world of Dragon Nest with 4 different specialists. Detailed character customization plays a vital role in gameplay. (June 2015)

Dragon Nest: Origin
A recreation of the original online RPG Dragon Nest with exceptional graphics. The perfect challenge for players who enjoy strategic team play and extreme raid bosses.

Dungeon Striker: Code M
A mobile version of the hack-and-slash action MMORPG Dungeon Striker with a strategic party system of tanks, damage-dealers, and healing characters. Players engage in battle with compelling enemies as they upgrade their characters, skills, and items. A diversity of game modes includes intense one-on-one PvP, Battle Royale with multiple players, raids against epic bosses, and an exciting ranking system.

Dragon Nest Vs Dungeon Striker
A new game born out of two popular titles featuring full-scale warfare with offensive and defensive stances. This mobile game will provide a thrilling experience for players who love both Dragon Nest and Dungeon Striker.

Actoz Games plan to maintain the momentum of their previous global successes in the mobile sector, such as Million Arthur, One For Eleven, and Iron Knights. In particular, they have accumulated valuable experience through localized marketing and operation services, as well as providing unique, targeted content for Million Arthur in China, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia. With regards to One For Eleven and Iron Knights, they also have experience with providing global service through a single build of a game.

Actoz Games are prepared to introduce about 30 mobile games to the global market, as well as provide locally customized services for North America, Europe, and Southeast Asia. Next in the pipeline are Dragon Nest: Labyrinth, Dungeon Striker: Code M, Wonder 5 Masters, Dragon Eyed, Grand Chase M, Kai-ri-sei Million Arthur, Summon Rush, Exos Saga, Soul Gauge, Adoonga, and Retimo Adventure.

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