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New clues about Game of Thrones MMORPG emerge

There is currently no information on the planned release date. (Source: YouTube / InvenMovieA)
There is currently no information on the planned release date. (Source: YouTube / InvenMovieA)
in 2022, game developer Netmarble announced that it was working on a mobile MMO in the GoT universe. Since then, fans have heard nothing more about it, so you might think the game has disappeared into oblivion again. According to the latest information, however, this does not seem to be the case.

Netmarble is a South Korean game developer specializing in MMOs and mobile games - known for the action RPG Marvel Future Fight or the mobile MMO Lineage 2: Revolution. in 2022, the company announced a Game of Thrones MMO with the working title "Project T" and even released a short teaser trailer.

There has been silence since the trailer. Now, however, a hint has emerged that suggests Netmarble is still working on the GoT game: In a job ad the company was looking for a translator for Project T. However, fans will have to wait for official information from Netmarble.

What is already known about the GoT MMO

Netmarble's Game of Thrones game is to be developed in collaboration with HBO using Unreal Engine 5 and will feature a previously untold story set in the world of Westeros. Fan favorites such as Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow will also be part of the game. In an open world, players will be able to explore many well-known locations from the series and, of course, fight.

It remains to be seen exactly how the game will be realized. On Reddit, fans were already rather skeptical about the 2022 announcement and suspected that it could just be a redesigned Lineage 2: Revolution. Netmarble also has a reputation for aggressively monetizing its games. The many microtransactions are also a frequent point of criticism of Marvel Future Fight.

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Marius Müller, 2024-03-13 (Update: 2024-03-13)