Some of you may remember MapleStory, a massive multi-player online RPG that started in 2003. While the original game is still going strong, a spin-off title, called MapleStory M, launched in 2016, albeit exclusively in Korea. Now the game is coming to the rest of the world and its Beta is available now.
In a press release, NEXON, developer of the MapleStory franchise, announced that MapleStory M, basically a mobile version of the original game, is currently in its Beta version, which is now available to download and play from the Google Play store. This Beta is only available through January 30, so go get your hands on it if you’re interested. This Beta is available in all regions except Korea, Japan and China.
MapleStory M will largely contain the same features as the original MapleStory, such as looting dungeons on going on raids with friends, but those who play the Beta will also notices some new things. For example, this Beta will have players playing as one of the five new characters Dark Knight, Bowmasters, Night Lord, Bishop or Captain, as well as including a new forge system not in the original game. There is no word yet on when the full, official release of the game will take place.