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Author:  Gamerzone [ Mon Jan 07, 2019 2:29 am ]
Post subject:  You can create and join guilds

Here's a trailer to see how mushking royale functions. Everything is in Korean, so I am not exactly sure on the specifics, but it definitely looks like a battle royale MS2 Mesos.

MapleStory 2 launched worldwide this past week. If you're expecting the same experience of the first Maplestory, you're in for a surprise.

In MapleStory 2, you only have access to the first set of courses, The Explorers. You can still play and communicate in real time with thousands of players from all over the world. You can create and join guilds, and explore the infinite customization options available such as from the original game. However, MapleStory 2 chooses the features that the first Maplestory provides and sets a"smartphone-friendly" spin on them for the greater.

MapleStory 2 does a fantastic job of transferring the game's original interface onto a telephone, making it more user-friendly and without detracting from the gameplay. From the phone match, players can quickly see and get their controls, quests, menu, chatroom, and wellness and magic bars at any moment, whether they are in or out of conflict. In contrast, the original match, such as most MMORPGs, has a large number of hotkeys attached to the game's many characteristics that can be difficult to keep up as a new player. The easy accessibility and visibility of the game's features is the advancement.

Two game-changing features MapleStory 2 introduces are Auto Quest and Auto Battle.

Automobile Quest is available as soon as you begin playing Wikipedia. It allows players to send off their characters to obtain quests by participating with non-player characters or meet the quest's requirements, which might include killing a certain number of golems or obtaining a specific mob drop. Auto Quest is great because it lets you be lazy. Why fiddle with all the area map so as to figure out where a particular NPC is, or waste your valuable time searching for a particular mob when you're able to just go where you have to go?

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