Earlier today, Korean online games portal Netmarble launched Mystic Fighter into its commercial service phase. Mystic Fighter is no doubt looking to compete with Nexon’s Dungeon & Fighter, which has seen no competition over the past few years for the same 2D action genre.
Mystic Fighter features 4 base classes, each with 2 more advancements. Pop sensation, Hyuna, is the official spokesperson for the game, as seen in the behind-the-scenes video below. Mystic Fighter will enter its final test phase in China on 10th April under publisher Tencent Games.