At the G-Star 2019, which was held from Nov. 14-17, Netmarble featured four games, "Seven Knights Revolution," "Second Country," "A3: Still Alive," and "Magic: Mana Strike," drawing attention of countless game fans.
In particular, Netmarble's games played a role in protecting the pride of Korean games at G-Star 2019, which featured a number of foreign games including China.
"Seven Knights Revolution" is a mobile game created using Intellectual Property (IP) such as Lineage 2 Revolution and Blade & Soul Revolution. Among them, "Seven Knights Revolution" is the only game that Netmarble has introduced under the title of "revolutions" using its IP.
"Seven Knights is a combination of IP and Netmarble's development capabilities, and I think its high level of perfection and gaming have generated a positive response from the public," a Netmarble official said.
"The Seven Knights Revolution allows users to become heroes of Seven Knights and transform themselves into heroes," Netmarble said. "We expect the series from the Seven Knights reboot to the Seven Knights Revolution to provide unique fun for the original fans."
Netmarble plans to release "Seven Knights Revolution" in the second half of next year.
Meanwhile, "The Second Country," which the company unveiled for the first time this year, "A3: Still Alive" and "Magic: Manastrike," which were unveiled at G-Star 2018 last year, also attracted countless visitors at the exhibition.