Tag: Unreal Engine 4

PUBG: Thrilling Battlefield – Tencent Games confirms second mobile game based...

So, it turns out Tencent Games is making not just one, but two mobile games based on PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. The first game, which we...

TERA M – Quick look at starting gameplay of new mobile...

Based on the popular PC MMORPG by Bluehole and developed by Netmarble using Unreal Engine 4, TERA M launched yesterday in South Korea for...

Project EX – Ambitious team aims at world domination with hybrid...

First revealed to the world back in September, developer NXGames was present at G-Star 2017's business hall seeking potential partners for its debut mobile...

Netmarble – Camera footage of all 4 mobile MMORPG titles from...

As most of you would have known by now, Netmarble is developing several mobile MMORPG titles, including Blade & Soul Revolution, Seven Knights II,...

TERA M – Guild feature and more revealed in new trailers

One of the 4 main mobile games which developer Netmarble is showcasing at G-Star 2017, TERA M might be familiar to most gamers given...

Icarus M – New game trailer released for G-Star 2017

Netmarble continued to reveal new trailers for its 4 main mobile games, this time for Icarus M. Based on the PC MMORPG game developed...

Seven Knights II – Dellons and Shane announced for mobile MMORPG...

Along with a new trailer for Blade & Soul Revolution, Netmarble today announced the appearance of Shane and Dellons in the upcoming Seven Knights...

Blade & Soul Revolution – New game trailer emerges from G-Star...

Over at G-Star 2017, Netmarble has revealed a new game trailer for its upcoming mobile MMORPG, Blade & Soul Revolution. Based on the PC...

KurtzPel – Massive new game information revealed in developer interview

Ever since KurtzPel was revealed, it seems many fans of Elsword and Grand Chase are delighted developer KOG has finally revealed a new PC...

Lineage II M – Cinematic trailer revealed for upcoming mobile MMORPG

Given the mega success of Lineage M in South Korea, it is no wonder NCsoft is doubling down on a mobile version for Lineage...