MapleStory 2 - Expected Release Date (Q3 2018)
In this video I give my first impressions on MapleStory 2, a game that initially released in Korea in 2015, I've never actually played the original maple story so this first look is through the eyes of a complete beginner to this world.
MapleStory 2 is a 3d MMO in contrast to the original that was 2d, it has a main story line, dungeons, raids, PVP, random mini games, player created content, an arcade mode and a tonne of collectibles.
This game is expected to release in Q3 of 2018 as a free to play MMO published by Nexon, it will also most likely have pay to win elements in it which may or may not affect you depending on how hardcore you wanna play.
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---MapleStory 2 Description---
Maple Story 2 is a free to play MMORPG published by Nexon and a follow up to the original Maple Story game which is still fairly popular today.
Although this game was initially released in Korea in 2015 it recently had it's first western closed beta test which is what you'll see in this video.
Unlike Maple Story 1 the squeal is set in a 3d world rather than 2d and has more of a voxel based cartoon like theme.
When it comes to content the game has a main story line with plenty of cut scenes, an arcade with mini games, random community wide events, world bosses, dungeons, 10 player raids and player created environments.
MMORPG, MMO, MapleStory, 3d, Isometric, Voxel, Cartoon, Anime Graphics, Dungeons, Instanced, Player Housing, Player Created Content, MapleStory Sequal, Raids, PVP, Raiding, Colorful, Mini Games, Arcade, Fun, Child Friendly MMO, Nexon
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