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Dungeon Fighter Online returns from the dead

Justin Olivetti
May 14, 2014
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It was a about a year ago that Dungeon Fighter Online closed up shop in North America, but the scrappy MMO might be back for round two.

The resurrected version of Dungeon Fighter Online is being run by developer Neople, not Nexon. The studio plans to begin the alpha test of DFO tomorrow, May 15th. This will be an open alpha test requiring players to use their Facebook accounts to access.

"As some of you rightly mentioned, this is an alpha test, not a full re-opening of the game," Neople cautioned on its Facebook page. "So there might be bits and pieces that don't go as smoothly as we want, and we sincerely hope the DFO community understands this."

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