GStar 2022 is kicking off in Korea, and Kakao and XLGames have started with a bang, announcing that the upcoming ArcheAge 2 will not only be released on PC but also on consoles. We have an exclusive interview with studio lead Jake Song talking about the MMO and what players can expect.
Kanishka looks into the ways that ArcheAge 2 could breathe some life back into the franchise, especially after the success - and issues - of both ArcheAge and ArcheAge Unchained.
ArcheAge 2 is indeed coming, as Kakao Games and XLGames confirmed today in a joint press release. The upcoming sequel to was first announced back in 2020 and confirmed to be running on Unreal Engine 5.
A trademark application filing by XL Games has been spotted. The application is for the title ArcheWar, leading to speculation that this might be the title of the previously-announced ArcheAge sequel.
You can synthesize your gear in ArcheAge and ArcheAge Unchained for a reduced rate during the Synthesis event going on now.
Announced via the Korean gaming media (via MMOCulture), Jake Song officially announced ArcheAge 2 was in the works. Also announced was the upcoming Korean MMO would utilize Epic's latest Unreal Engine 5 technology to build the game.