videogame giant Nexon announced A licensing agreement has been reached with Game Workshop to develop and publish “a new virtual world” based on Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. AoS, Warhammer’s highly successful reboot of the original Warhammer fantasy universe, had a slightly rocky launch, but since its second version has won over (most) fans.
John Gillard, Head of Games Workshop, said: “As one of the world’s largest game publishers, Nexon is the ideal long-term strategic partner to bring Sigmar’s Warhammer Age to life in a unique new way that will attract gamers around the world. will attract.” Licensing. “Nexon’s world-class live operations and infrastructure provide exciting opportunities to engage current and new Warhammer fans in this vast universe. We are really excited to see the fruits of this collaboration in the years to come.”
There are few details about the game but no visual content or release date. “Building on the legacy of Age of Sigmar, the new virtual world will feature a socially interactive player-versus-environment world, backed by Nexon’s world-class live operations to keep the fun going with new content and service.” I’m surprised they didn’t find the word metaverse there.
“This is an era of war,” the blurb reads. “The mortal realms have been destroyed. Devastated by the Chaos Gods’ followers, they stand on the Nerdshala of destruction. Players will command the war hosts of god-king Sigmar and his allies as they try to restore hope and return order.” Fight to get it. For the realm.”
It’s not an MMO: it feels like a cooperative war game that will end its world over time. The press release under the genre puts ‘PvE Multiplayer RPG Virtual World’ and will release on console and mobile as well as PC. “In each season, players will collect characters and enter new areas. Each character comes with unique choices, stories, and gameplay. Players will be able to customize their characters and work collaboratively to guide That’s how sections of the scope are taken again.”