The sequel to MapleStory, the favorite side-scrolling 2D online role-playing game, is finally coming to regions beyond South Korea.
MapleStory 2, which writer Nexon America showed off Saturday in Los Angeles at the enthusiast event buy MaplestoryM Mesos Fest, ditches the pixelated 2D visuals of the original game for a blocky 3D planet, à la Minecraft or even Trove. Its class process is not as varied as that of the first sport however, but Nexon stated in a news release that MapleStory two will be very customizable, from your outfits to even getting to construct your own home.
You'll certainly see familiar faces, though they may be somewhat different from what you remember.
Fans interested in trying MapleStory 2, that will be coming into Windows PC, can sign up for its closed beta here if they are situated in the Americas, Europe or Oceania. There's also a social media campaign which allows players to unlock exclusive loot (for the beta and for the complete launch ) by sharing certain pages on the website.
MapleStory 2 initially established in South Korea in July 2015, and is slated to arrive globally soon. The closed beta begins May 9.
MapleStory M, a Mobile Edition of this 2D MMORPG, Is Now Available for Pre-Registration
If MapleStory, the free-to-play, two-dimensional, online game, was an individual it'd almost be able to drive a vehicle, purchase lottery tickets, or register to vote. Thankfully, for the sake of nostalgia, Korean programmer Nexon has announced that pre-registration for the upcoming mobile variant of the sport MapleStory M has begun.