Seven Knights now available in 146 countries
Netmarble Games was thrilled to announce that their hit RPG, Seven Knights, is officially available in 146 countries on iOS and Android devices. Seven Knights, which debuted in Korea last year, boasts seven million downloads, and continues to grow. In celebration of this and the title’s Western launch, Netmarble has shared a new trailer that shows off combat and characters:
Seven Knights currently holds strong in Google Play’s top five after remaining in the top three for 48 consecutive weeks, and currently ranks in the top three in terms of revenue in Korea.
For those who haven’t been following the title, Seven Knights introduces seven main heroes and heroines as each knight controls their own territory. Each one has a variety of dungeons as well as their own unique storylines, and the lore of the Asgar continent is rich with tales of rivalry, betrayal, and personal motivations of both good and evil varieties.
Here’s a quick description of the game, courtesy of the official press release:
With stunning 3D visuals and exceptional audio, Seven Knights fuses a distinctive combination of intuitive commands and intense strategy. The turn-based battles combine various skill effects and counter skills with tactical battle formations and the ability to customize team rosters for different enemies. Game modes include the single player Celestial Tower mode, a Battle Arena for fighting other players and Castle Rush mode where player guilds can fight for supremacy. Joining the seven knights are over 230 collectible heroes and the choice of five classes, all with their own scintillating backstory.
President of Overseas at Netmarble Games, Seungwon Lee, stated, “Continuing Netmarble Games’ commitment to bring its diverse portfolio of high quality games globally, we are extremely proud and excited to launch Seven Knights, the company’s first RPG to be published in the West. With numerous immersive storylines, over 230 characters and many modes filled with jubilant adventurous gameplay, we feel confident that players around the world will be as captivated with Seven Knights as the fans in Asia.”
Seven Knights was developed by Netmarble Nexus, a subsidiary of Netmarble Games, and is available free with optional in-game purchases on both the App Store and Google Play.rchase options on the App Store and Google Play.