Back in January last year, Art Director for Blade & Soul, Kum Hyung Tae, left developer NCsoft for “personal reasons”. Last week, his latest work, Destiny Child, was revealed at an event known as “NextFloor First Communication”, a media showcase event held by an emerging mobile games publisher, NextFloor. Other than the camera footage of the teaser, not much game info was revealed.
As seen in the video above, more details will be released this December for Destiny Child. NextFloor also announced 2 other mobiles games, though only 1 had a proper game trailer. They are known as Project K and Crystal Hearts, with the latter’s game trailer seen below. Pretty similar to most mobile RPGs, Crystal Hearts will have over 400 characters to collect, and will fight in teams of 4.