LOS ANGELES, California (May 10, 2018) - Netmarble Corporation, the fastest-growing mobile game company worldwide, today launched a major update for its hit mobile MMORPG Lineage 2: Revolution.
A brand-new 200-player PvP mode, Castle Siege, allows players to team up against each other, offering fresh new ways for them to play as they attempt to conquer the opposing team’s castle or defend their castle against other clans in massive real-time battles. A total of four clans (1 defending and 3 attacking) can battle to conquer a Castle by imprinting the opponent’s Holy Artifact. The Castle Siege pre-season begins today and ushers the start of the Castle Siege Festival, which will offer increased rewards in the form of an EXP boost for all characters. More details on the Castle Siege pre-season, including how to participate and their schedule can be found on the official community website.
The massive in-game update also adds other exciting new content including the new Oren Territory, new difficulty levels added for several dungeons, new Grade UR equipment and a max level extension from level 180 to 260. Players can also enjoy several new in-game events and celebrations that offer increased rewards beginning today, including SR Equipment for returning users (those who have not logged into the game for over 14 days), Feldheim’s Ruins Exploration from now until May 30, Aymel’s School event exclusive to new servers from now until May 30, and much more.
New servers have also been added to the America and Europe regions today to support even more players in Lineage 2: Revolution, while the merging of other servers will ensure a smoother co-op experience and more dynamic and competitive Fortress Siege and Clan content.
“We’ve worked diligently to bring massive real-time PvP gameplay on mobile devices to a new level,” said Seungwon Lee, Chief Global Officer of Netmarble. “We can’t wait for players to dive into one of Lineage 2: Revolution’s biggest updates yet and experience the brand-new Castle Siege mode.”
Lineage 2: Revolution, which launched globally less than six months ago after a great success in its home country South Korea, 12 countries across Asia and Japan, has generated around 28 million cumulated registered users and has 5 million Monthly Active User (MAU) worldwide, making it one of the most successful mobile MMORPGs ever.