MapleStory M Official Launch
MapleStory M, Nexon’s MapleStory port to mobile devices officially launched on July 24 all over the globe. The game had been playable under a “soft launch” in the West for a little while now, but Nexon has announced plans to celebrate the official launch of the game with special in-game items for every day players log in until August 21st. Those who preregistered for the game will also be able to redeem their pre-registration rewards until August 21. MapleStory M is available on both iOS and the Google Play Store.
The global launch for MapleStory M features an exhausting amount of content, including:
- New Character Classes: The Explorers are a new breed of hero who fight side-by-side to maintain the peace in Maple World;
- Battle Function: This function features the mobile-optimized hunting and leveling with the auto-battle and auto-quest function for each class;
- Character Customization: Players can show off their unique style by customizing their characters’ hair color and choosing from all sorts of fashionable items and accessories;
- Dungeons: These unique challenging modes will let Maplers level up and complete quests solo or with friends;
- Pets and Mounts: Maplers can adopt pets to join them in battle and hop on mounts to get around with speed and style.
A Note From Nexon
“The closed beta for MapleStory M in January this year showed very positive feedback from global audiences and soft launches in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, and Indonesia are all currently performing very well,” said Jungsoon Lee, president of Nexon North America, in an email. “Preregistration for the game also reached 1 million within a very short period. First released in Korea in October 2016, MapleStory M quickly became the No. 1 ranked free game on both the App Store and the Google Play Store and amassed over 2 million downloads in the first two weeks. Also, MapleStory M has quality content lined up for post launch and it has been proven to engage players for the longer-term like the PC version of the game in Korea.”