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Archlord 2 launches in Korea

Justin Olivetti
October 18, 2013
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Archlord 2 has gone from beta to live... in Korea, that is. Webzen announced that the PvP-centric title released in South Korea this week, with plans to bring it to Europe and North America in 2014.

The greatest prize of the game isn't mere loot but the title and position of Archlord. This supreme ruler of the game will be decided through many realm-vs.-realm battles. Archlord 2 offers over 40 battlefields, racial specialties, and a soundtrack done by God of War composer Cris Velasco.

We first heard about this title during Webzen's E3 presentation this past summer.

[Source: Webzen press release]







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