Following the recent announcement of improving employee salaries and providing them with more welfare, Nexon is now on huge recruiting campaign in South Korea to speed up development on their ongoing projects. These positions are a mix of development and non-development roles, with a few hundred new employees being targeted.
Here are the teased ongoing game projects:
In-development for multiple platforms, including PC and mobile, this untitled MMORPG is crafted using Unreal Engine 4 with a focus on real-time combat and large-scale strategic siege wars. Only a teaser image, seen below, is available.
TalesWeaver M was actually announced back in 2016, and it seems that the project has hit some sort of developmental hell. Other than improved graphics, players will get to enjoy the original story with new plots as well, along with real-time combat.
A multi-platform title for PC and consoles, P2 is being crafted using Unreal Engine 4. It is a team-based game which is touting “fast-tempo battles” and “stylish character actions” not seen in the market before.
This is a weird one. P1 is a RPG with multiplayer features built for the PC platform, but it is not categorized as a MMORPG by Nexon. It is described as “an adventure through medieval fantasy dungeons with friends.” The dungeons are touted as being “dark and dangerous.”
In-development for mobile platform, Project SF2 is a character-collection RPG crafted using Unreal Engine 4. As you can see from the teaser image below, a bright cartoon 3D design is used. This game is said to be targeted for the global market.
This is an action game set in a medieval world, and surprisingly, developed for just the PC platform. I thought that this is the MMORPG based on HIT (Heroes of Incredible Tales) which I previously posted about, but apparently I am wrong.