3D MMORPG Ragnarok: Rebirth has officially launched in Southeast Asia for Android and iOS devices

Developer and publisher Gravity has created a brand-new game called Ragnarok: Rebirth in an attempt to capitalize on its well-liked series and create more games set in the 3D MMORPG Ragnarok universe. As of right now, the Southeast Asia area has officially launched Ragnarok: Rebirth for both iOS and Android.

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As anticipated, this game features RPG gameplay, which revives the thrill and nostalgia of the original title. The gameplay mostly takes place in portrait mode, while it is also possible to play in rotational view during combat. Idle systems let you level up and get rewards even when you're not playing, and the game moves along at a respectable speed. However, from a graphics standpoint, I didn't find the game particularly appealing, but that's just personal preference.

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With classes including Swordsman, Mage, Archer, Acolyte, Merchant, and Thief—all of which are reminiscent of the original franchise—you may replay your early adventures and forge new ones as you go through the game. In the game, uncommon things can be found at discounted costs by setting up trading stalls and taking advantage of the free trade system. Adorable rides and companions that can accompany players on their journeys and in battle are also included in Ragnarok: Rebirth. Overall, given that we have had better titles, this game may not be particularly original, but it can still be enjoyable.

There have been several games based on this franchise before this. Alongside Ragnarok: Rebirth, there are a number of other mobile games based on the IP, including Ragnarok Origin, Ragnarok 20 HEROES, and Ragnarok Arena. The most current of them is Ragnarok Vertical, which was just made available for Android early access.

Ragnarok: Rebirth Gameplay​


Now that Ragnarok: Rebirth has officially launched in the SEA region, it is already available for download. You can get the game on your Android or iOS device via the Google Play Store or the App Store, respectively. You will need to wait for a global launch, the specifics of which are still pending, for the remaining regions.
 

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