Nexon, a South Korean game studio, has revealed that it is creating Project DW, an open-world action role-playing game based on the Dungeon & Fighter intellectual property. A cross-platform game called Project DW is being developed worldwide for PC, console, and mobile distribution.
The multiplayer beat them up PC game Dungeon & Fighter was launched in South Korea in 2005 by Neople, a division of Nexon, a South Korean video game developer. More than 850 million gamers have joined the Dungeon & Fighter franchise globally since its debut.
In Japan, the game debuted in 2006 with the name Arad Senki. In North America, the game debuted in 2010 under Dungeon Fighter Online and was discontinued in 2013. Later, in 2015, the game’s worldwide release with English text was made.
In South Korea the mobile version of DNF debuted in March 2022, is still very well-liked by users. Project Overkill and Project AK are just two upcoming games based on the Dungeon & Fighter IP currently under development.
The latest Dungeon and Fighter title is the fighting game DNF Duel
DNF Duel, created by Arc System Works for NEXON, became the newest phenomenon that appealed to many fighting game fans.
At the same time, its mechanics are simple enough for viewers that are just looking to watch cool moves performed. Regarding accessibility, the game falls under the same umbrella as titles like Fantasy Strike.
However, other are in progress besides this recently revealed open-world action RPG. Additionally, NEXON subsidiary NEOPLE is working on the MMORPG Project AK, known initially as Project BBQ, and the 3D side scrolling action RPG OVERKILL.
The First Descendant, Warhaven, VEILED EXPERTS, GODSOME: Clash of Gods, Project DX (based on Durango: Wild Lands), and Embark’s THE FINALS and Arc Raiders are among the titles available from NEXON, in addition to Dungeon and Fighter.
KartRider: Drift, a free-to-play cross-platform multiplayer arcade racing game, was finally released by NEXON. It’s accessible on mobile and PC via Steam (Android, iOS).