Bluehole, the Korean development studio, and creator of the popular PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, recently unveiled its new project: Ascent: Infinite Realm, a steampunk MMORPG focused on factional, PVP, and multi-player battles.
As expected, the information is still very less, however, the software house promises an epic journey into a vast gaming world dominated by machines and magic rules. Confirmed the presence of five classes to choose from (Warlord, Sorceress, Gunslinger, Assassin and Mystic) and a wide assortment of useful tools both to dominate the sky and the land.
Each player will be able to create their own style of game play and fighting through a range of accessories that will affect the characters’ abilities. You will also be able to adjust the level of difficulty of the dungeons and hunting areas, so each user can create a totally personal gaming experience.
As of now, however, Ascent: Infinite Realm release date has not yet been unveiled, however the game should land in 2018 on PC. No mention of other possible platforms. However, the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will arrive on December 12 for Microsoft consoles and their previous MMORPGs, TERAs, are outbound on both platforms.