Just to be clear, La Lune: Moonlight Bandits is developed by Korean studio BH Games, not Eyasoft. I have no idea what transpired behind the scenes, but the Taiwan server of La Lune: Moonlight Bandits is gearing up for launch early next year, with Closed Beta expected in spring. The South Korea server, published by Webzen, has been quiet since June 2015 with no word of an official launch.
There are tons of pets, costumes and mounts for players to find and collect. The diverse class tree, with over 30 classes, is not available in La Lune: Moonlight Bandits, which is a letdown for me. Publisher Lager Network Technologies is not well-respected by the Taiwanese gamers, so it is interesting to see how everything pans out. An English revival of Luna Plus is in the works as well.