Following the recent rush of scheduled martial arts and kungfu MMORPGs due to land in 2012, yet another one is on the horizon. The main difference is, while games such as Age of Wulin (link), Butterfly Sword Online (link) and Swordsman Online (link) are all developed in China, Wuji Online is developed in Korea by a development studio under the revived EyaSoft (of Luna Online fame). Much of the basic combat and a feel of the game can be seen in the trailer below.
Wuji Online boasts a class-less system and a freedom of learning different skills, which a couple of games are currently doing. By upgrading your skills, the effects and actions will change as well. Going the traditional Korean MMORPG way, each equipment can be bored up to 9 times to be embedded with upgrade gems.
Massive instanced dungeons and 15 Vs 15 RvR (not PvP) are some of the other features currently being touted. Aiming for release in the China market as well, Closed Beta is scheduled for the end of this year.