ArcheAge planned to receive a mobile port by GAMEVIL

Written by Louis

August 4, 2016

XL Games’ hit MMORPG is now coming to mobile as the partnership with GAMEVIL helps bring it to reality.

The collaborative effort of ArcheAge Begins, the official mobile adaptation of the hit MMORPG ArcheAge is officially announced together with the partnership of mobile game publisher GAMEVIL and the game’s developer XL Games.

ArcheAge

First released back in 2013 for Korean Players with the western gamers to have their servers a year after, ArcheAge employs traditional MMORPG combat settings while adding mechanics such as Naval Battles, Housing and Farming Systems and even a Player Judicial System that is put in place to help prevent intentional griefing.

With its mobile port, ArcheAge will follow the footsteps of another PC MMORPG that received a mobile game adaptation and also published by GAMEVIL, Kritika Online. No information as to when the game will be out for Android and iOS devices although rumors state that it will definitely be out sometime next year.

 

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