If you did not know, Singapore-based gaming company Garena invested “some” money back in July into Korean developer Hound13, the studio formed by former Dragon Nest veterans and launched Hundred Soul as its first title. Project M will be Hound13’s second title, and recently a preview trailer was shown teasing the game’s combat system.
Powered using Unreal Engine 4, one of the aims of Project M is to “express the realism of staggering or limping if the character injures his or her leg” among many other realistic expressions and actions. Originally thought to be a mobile title, Project M has since been confirmed for PC and consoles. Hound13 is currently working on the mysterious Project D as well.