The South Korean developer Netmarble has just launched Blade & Soul: Revolution, a big budget MMORPG, in a few territories of Asia.
Presented as a “community MMORPG”, the game features huge battles involving 500 players at a time – which is not the image that comes to mind when someone says “community”, but it sounds fun all the same.
In terms of combat, Blade & Soul: Revolution looks like a fighting game, and the description of Google Play promises class-specific combos, joint attacks with your teammates, etc.
History, meanwhile, sees Cerulean and Crimson (this is how interior decorators describe blue and red) clash in an epic war.
If you live in one of the selected Asian territories where Blade & Soul: Revolution is available, you can download it for free now. Otherwise, you will have to wait.
Source: Pocket gamer