MMORPG 'Ragnarok M: Eternal Love' comes to North America

MMORPG 'Ragnarok M: Eternal Love' comes to North America GRAVITY INTERACTIVE INC.

Now available on mobile devices in North America is Ragnarok M: Eternal Love, an MMORPG from Gravity Interactive Inc. & X.D.Global.

The companies behind the mobile game say it stays true to the 2002 original on which its based as it expands upon its settings and environments.  Based on Norse mythology, Ragnarok M: Eternal Love uses its own form of gameplay and team battles along with a cartoonish style, job-change system, cards, and costume-changes that have all been taken from the original and adapted for mobile.

In Eternal Love, players are given the freedom to explore and experience the vast and beautiful land of Rune Midgard on their own pace.  Every quest and NPC within Prontera, Izlude, Geffen, Morroc, and Payon bring players a new and exciting story to help create their adventures.  This current version the game has ten jobs from the classic RO game: Swordsman, Knight, Crusader, Mage, Wizard, Acolyte, Priest, Monk, Thief, Assassin, Rogue, Archer, Hunter, Merchant, Blacksmith, and Alchemist.  This time, however, all of the classic jobs come complete with 3D models, bringing even more detailed graphics than before.  Furthermore, all the famous skills in RO are available in this new version, such as: ‘First Aid' and ‘Play Dead', which you can learn as a Novice.

Ragnarok M: Eternal Love brings with it player-vs-monster and player-versus-player combat as well as some new play features.  Players of Eternal Love will find the game offers new party modes to battle Time Rifts and complete the Monster Resistance.

The new game also introduces a 360-degree "selfie mode" in which players can guild, selfie, and lover photos with ease.

Ragnarok M: Eternal Love is available via the App Store on iOS and Google Play on Android.

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