Nyou, previously a mobile games developer known for Dragon Chronicles and Duel Summoners, recently announced that it has secured 30 billion Korean Won (around USD 25 million) from its Series D investment round. The Korea-based developer counts Daol Investment, KB Securities, CAPE Investment & Securities, KDB Industrial Bank, and Yuanta Securities among some of its various investors. The major game in development was previously known as Project N1, now officially known as BELLATORES.
BELLATORES is a PC MMORPG with a medieval background being crafted by Unreal Engine 5. Pursuing “live-action visuals,” elements of the game will include survival, adventure, and progression to large-scale PVP battles to achieve supremacy between continents. Nyou plans to release BELLATORES later this year, but we are guessing it will be a beta version at most. Stay tuned for more updates on this ambitious Unreal Engine 5 PC MMORPG!