Open-world action MMORPG ArcheAge II announced for console and PC

Open-world action MMORPG ArcheAge II announced for console and PC

Editor Kakao Games and developer XLGAMES announced open world stock MMORPGs ArcheAge II for bracket and computer. Specific consoles and a release date have not been announced.

The trailer was released along with an interview video featuring executive producer Jake Song.

Get the interview trailer and video below. A transcript of the interview follows immediately.

Trailer Announcement / Executive Producer Interview

Jake Song, Executive Producer:ArcheAge II is an open-world action MMORPG and sequel to the globally acclaimed game ArcheAge. The game is developed as a cross-platform game which you can enjoy on both PC and console.

What are the important features you focus on in ArcheAge II?

Song: “Our primary focus is action-packed combat as well as producing an immersive storyline. We are targeting AAA level visuals with Unreal Engine 5 and intend to deliver a seamless open-world experience based on progression non-linear.

Are there any odds in lore or history?

Song:ArcheAge II shares the same tradition as ArcheAge I, however, the storyline progression is not the same. Whereas ArcheAge I revolves around a narrative scenario, ArcheAge II will focus more on staff adventures and personal stories. It has a schedule similar to ArcheAge I. It will depict a time when Auroria was first discovered and people are beginning to settle there. The storyline will involve uncovering and solving the mysteries of an ancient civilization that has been forgotten for thousands of years, letting it blend into the natural environment.

Do you have game content you would like to showcase?

Song:ArcheAge ITrade Races were enjoyed by many players, but the system had a few flaws. In ArcheAge IIwe intend to improve the trading system so that players can trade races alone, in teams or in raids.

“Another popular feature of ArcheAge I was the feature of the dwelling. We plan to improve it by adding more customizations, allowing players to live in towns with their friends, and even create their own towns with their guild members.

“We would like to express our gratitude to the countless users around the world who have supported ArcheAge. The development team is working very hard to get you back with ArcheAge II. We appreciate all the support. Thanks.”

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