According to reports, Eyasoft’s comeback MMO title, Dungeon Hero, has been signed to several regions, including North America, Europe, Taiwan, Japan, South America and Turkey, while contracts for Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Vietnam are currently being held.
Dungeon Hero, as the name implies, focuses mainly of group-based adventures in dungeons. There are nearly 100 different dungeons now, with several PvP features such as castle siege and arena battles. The Korean version will hold its first Closed Beta on 5th October, with only those above the age of 18 allowed to register.
Eyasoft, as you may remember, is the developer of several anime-style online games such as Luna Online, Legend of Edda and Iris Online. But back in March 2011, the developer suddenly announced the closure of its game services in Korea, which subsequently led to the demise of the English servers as well. Nexon became a majority shareholder, and Eyasoft is now back on track.