Leading global developer and publisher KRAFTON Game Union, creator of PUBG and TERA, is happy to announce that a public demo is now available on Nintendo Switch™ system on the Nintendo eShop, PC (via Steam), and PlayStation®4 system on the PlayStation®Store for its upcoming dungeon crawler RPG, MISTOVER. The hotly anticipated game will be released on Steam, Nintendo Switch™ system, and PlayStation 4™ system, digitally on October 10, 2019 worldwide.
In the timed demo, players will receive a crash course introduction to the Expedition Corps, dungeon exploration, and combat system. While battles can be avoided, the player’s ability to utilize the class-specific skills of the Expedition Corps will be essential for defeating the monsters of the mist. Players participating in this demo will have five classes at their disposal, available in a preformed team. Explorers who complete specific missions will unlock special wallpaper rewards, which can be downloaded to mobile phones via a QR code. More details can be found here.
Players beware, as decisions can become deadly in the ever-changing world of the Misfortunate Mist. Once 600 seconds is up, it’s game over!
A deeper demo experience with even more content is also coming soon! Be sure to follow the developers for more updates.
MISTOVER is a dungeon crawler RPG with a strategic, turn-based combat system. Players are charged with managing and leading a Corps crew on an ever-changing dungeon expedition through the Pillar of Despair, unraveling the mysteries of the Vortex to find a cure to the corrupting properties of the Mist that threaten the realm.
Developed and published by KRAFTON Game Union, MISTOVER will launch digitally worldwide on October 10, 2019 for PC (via Steam), Nintendo Switch™ system, and PS4™ system for $29.99(USD)/€27,99/£24.99. To stay up to date on the latest for MISTOVER, please visit the official website, join the discussion on the Steam forums, follow the team on Twitter, and visit the official YouTube channel for the latest trailers and character reveals. This title is rated “T for Teen” by the ESRB.