Global F2P games leader Nexon today unveiled details on new games in development at the company’s studios in Seoul, South Korea, including Project HP, a free-to-play medieval fighter similar to games like Pirates, Vikings, and Knights II.
About Project HP
‘Project HP’ is the next project of director Eun-seok Lee, who has been breaking the conventional wisdom in the game industry with his unique and novel planning skills. It is a hand-to-hand PvP (PvP) action game for PC in which more than 30 users fight at close range against the backdrop of a detailed fantasy medieval battlefield.
Project HP Release
Project HP is under active development and will first launch in South Korea with closed beta tests starting from 12 noon on August 5 to 8, with the test version being a scramble for ‘Faden’, a battle that strategically utilizes auxiliary bases with special effects. It consists of two casual modes in a 16v16 format, including the push-and-pull battle ‘Moshavalk’.
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Tags: arena combat, fighting, medieval, multiplayer, PC, PVP, Windows