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Nexon targets global market with new gamesBy Kan Hyeong-woo
Published : April 27, 2022 - 15:53
The game maker is focusing on developing the console versions of the new titles -- DNF Duel, KartRider: Drift and Project Magnum -- as a core pillar to target more players across the world.
DNF Duel, which is scheduled to be available from June 28, is a fighting game with characters from Nexon’s signature franchise Dungeon Fighter Online that has accumulated 850 million registered users worldwide. The game maker said it plans to make the fighting game available for both computer and console via cloud-based gaming library Steam and PlayStation 4 and 5.
Project Magnum is a first-person shooting game with science-fiction-style background. According to Nexon, the official teaser trailer of Project Magnum was the most-watched video among Korean games on PlayStation’s YouTube account in 2021 with over 2 million views.
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