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Netmarble to Participate in Taiwan’s "2020 Taipei Game Show"


Netmarble (CEO Kwon Young-sik) announced today that it will introduce its two major titles, "Seven Grand Crimes: Grand Cross" and "Blade & Soul Revolution," to the Taiwanese market for the first time at the "2020 Taipei Game Show (2020 Taipei Game Show, TGS 2020), which will be held in Taipei, Taiwan from February 6-9.

The Taipei Game Show is the largest game show in Taiwan, which started in 2003 and marks its 18th anniversary this year. Netmarble will participate in TGS 2020 by preparing about 100 demonstration and experience devices optimized for mobile games in a 60-bus exhibition hall. In addition, various events will be held through large LED screens and open stage.

Netmarble is planning to introduce "Seven Great Crimes: Grand Cross" and "Blade & Soul Revolution," which will be released globally in the first quarter and the first half of this year, respectively.

Netmarble’s election to 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 game will be released in more than 175 countries, excluding elected South Korea, Japan and some countries, and will support 13 languages. Currently, a global preregistration is under way, including Taiwan, and the exact launch date will be released later.

Blade & Soul Revolution recreates the art style of "Blade & Soul" with high-quality 3D graphics and implements its unique connected martial arts and pass-period-oriented operating system so that it can be easily played on mobile devices. It is also expected to draw keen attention from Taiwan due to the high recognition of the original work. The game topped Apple’s App Store sales on the day of its launch, topped Google Play’s sales on the following day, won the 2019 Korean Game of Excellence Award, Google Play’s "2019 Competitive Game of the Year" and the "2019 Best Game of the Year." It plans to launch in the global market in the first half of this year, except for South Korea, Japan and some countries elected.

In addition to the two major titles to be submitted for the upcoming TGS 2020, Netmarble is currently registering for this year’s mobile real-time strategy game "Magic: Manastrike" in advance, and is planning to hold a showcase for Battle Royal MMORPG "A3: Still Live" in Korea on January 22. Also, "Seven Knights 2," "Seven Knights Revolution" and "Second Country: Cross World," which were well-received by Zistar last year, are speeding up their development.​
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