EOS: The Blue Starts its Pre-registration

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August 2, 2020

Blue Potion Games announced that its subsidiary, Mr. Blue, has started the pre-registration of its latest game, “EOS: The Blue” in countries within Southeast Asia (SEA).
EOS: The Blue, the latest PC MMORPG in the Echo of Soul game series, will be serviced in Southeast Asia through the LINE POD platform, LINE’s new PC gaming platform. The pre-registration page is now open in EOS’s LINE POD webpage.

Pre-registered players from Southeast Asia will receive various rewards such as in-game items and loot worth $30 on the game’s official launch. Several in-game events and SNS events are also planned alongside the game’s official launch.
The service for the upcoming release of EOS: The Blue will be expanded to 13 countries in Southeast Asia. The game client will be released in different languages such as Thai, English, and Traditional Chinese to encourage competition among Southeast Asian players in one server.

The release of EOS: The Blue on the PC would complete the synergy with its mobile MMORPG counterpart, EOS: The Red (Taiwan game name: 靈境殺戮). EOS: The Red currently has over 1 million pre-registered players worldwide. The upcoming release of both games is expected to strengthen the appeal of PC and mobile users in Southeast Asia.
EOS: The Blue had previously entered the Southeast Asian gaming market through other game publishers such as in North American and European services with Gamigo AG since 2017. Blue Potion Games, however, chose to transfer to LINE POD to provide high-quality services through close kinship with its users.

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