Another new work from the developer of Myungil Ark, ‘Ex Astris’ confirmed for domestic release

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Hypergriff, the developer of ‘Ark of the Best’, confirmed its domestic release on the 4th by registering the brand name of ‘Ex Astris’, another new work under development in Korea.

‘Ex Astris’ is an RPG that was released through Bilibili and YouTube on September 15, 2019, and unlike the Great One Ark, it features turn-based battles in full 3D cartoon rendering graphics. This work is being developed by ‘Now Wave Studio’, an in-house studio established separately from the Myungil Ark development team, and deals with the stories of investigators exploring unknown planets.

The planet where the stage is set is a place that has independently built a highly developed civilization in spite of the harsh environmental conditions that are divided into two time zones, the White Night and the Extreme Night. The investigator, who landed on a planet where only traces of it remain, cooperates with an expedition from another planet to explore various parts of the planet, facing secrets and enemies hiding in various ruins.

According to the previously released play video, the battle adopted a turn-based battle, but instead of giving and receiving one turn at a time, the turn is maintained until the cost of the ally’s turn is used up, and the turn is passed to the opponent when the cost is exhausted. was implemented with In addition, an attempt to save the reaction element was seen, such as allowing a counterattack or defense in real time according to the timing of the enemy’s attack.

In addition, through the arrangement and combination of skills, you can launch a combo after launching an enemy in the air, or shoot down an enemy in the air, and the skills that can be used vary depending on the condition of the battlefield. Since you can change the battlefield state once per turn, you need a strategy that maximizes the effect by changing the battlefield state in consideration of the types and linkages of available skills.

Before registering the brand name, Hypergriff has been preparing for the Korean launch by opening the Korean official website and official YouTube and SNS accounts since last March. In addition, it was revealed through the official website that BM of ‘Ex Astris’ is B2P (Buy to Play), not a partially paid model. B2P refers to a lump-sum payment or flat-rate form, and refers to a method of purchasing and playing a game. At TGS2021, Hypergriffe interviewed Gamebiz and revealed in more detail that it is a package game that purchases the game for a fee, rather than a form of charging an item after free download. In addition, he added that the rest of the region except Japan will be serviced directly by Hypergryph, not by Yosta.

The release date of Ex Astris has not been decided, and detailed information can be found on the official website.

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