The international launch of the cross-platform mobile role-playing game Lineage 2M took place

South Korean publisher and developer NCSoft together with Innova announced the international launch of its mobile multiplayer role-playing game Lineage 2M.

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Lineage 2M became available on mobile devices running iOS and Android, as well as in a cross-platform service Purple… The service supports the functions of broadcasting games and communicating through text and voice chats.

It is reported that the launch of Lineage 2M took place in Russia and 34 other countries around the world – six more than originally planned. Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova and Armenia were added to the list.

At launch, Lineage 2M users will be able to try out a wide variety of content, including the Aden Pass, Novice Pass, and the Catacombs of the Apostates (for more details on all three, see past material).

Also, the developers have prepared a number of promotions for the players:

  • for the massacre of the Full Moon Wolf (appears at a certain time) will give “Blessed Scrolls of Modification” (event) to enhance weapons and armor;
  • For killing special field bosses, you get the Essence of the Enhancement Stone. For its use in the Clan’s Abode, no more than 50 of its members will be awarded the “Enhancement Stone Order Scroll” (event);
  • for reaching level 40 and the third class in the class tree, users will receive a choice of the “Stone of Life” (event) or “Chest with a Rare Book of Skills” (sealed).

NCSoft assures that in addition to the above, various other events will be held, within which Lineage 2M users will be able to receive “Nice prizes”.

The developers call Lineage 2M the successor of Lineage 2. The game promises “The best 3D graphics on mobile devices”, cross-play, seamless loading and open world with battles for 10 thousand people.

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