Netmarble will unveil two types of games --"Seven Great Crimes: Grand Cross" and "Blade & Soul Revolution" for the first time at the "2020 Taipei Game Show (TGS 2020), which will be held in Taipei, Taiwan from Feb. 6-9.
The two games introduced by Netmarble in advance in Korea and Japan in June last year was successful, winning the top spot in the Korean and Japanese app stores, featuring top-notch graphics, differentiated combat systems and a spectacular production reminiscent of animation.
The games will be released in more than 175 countries, excluding South Korea, Japan and some countries, and will support 13 languages.
Blade & Soul Revolution recreates the art style of "Blade & Soul" with high-quality 3D graphics and implements its unique connected martial arts so that it can be easily played on mobile devices.
The game reached the top of Apple’s App Store sales on the day of its launch and the second-highest level in Google Play sales the following day.
In addition to the two major titles that will be submitted to the TGS 2020, Netmarble is currently registering for this year’s mobile real-time strategy game "Magic: Mana Strike" in advance, and is planning to hold a showcase of Battle Royal MMORPG "A3: Still Alive" in Korea on Jan. 22.