The Next Zenonia Game Will Have Proper Online Multiplayer

By Eugene . April 6, 2014 . 2:01pm


During the recent GDC, game publisher Gamevil revealed that the cutesy smartphone slasher action game Zenonia series would be getting a brand new game called Zenonia Online. While not many details were shared, the publisher revealed that the game will feature “full multiplayer online features”.




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The new game will allow players to party together to complete quests and take part in boss raids, kind of like Cross Horizon did last year. The game’s online component also means it sounds a little different from its previous titles such as Zenonia 5 (which you can grab for free on Android), which featured asynchronous player-versus-player battles as one of their only options of playing online. You can now expect to compete in various player-versus-player modes and battles in real time.



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As you can see, it’s got a very Maple Story meets Ragnarok Online kind of vibe, which is fitting considering it was originally a Korean title. With the shift to a synchronous online mode though, we’re not sure how old main character Regret will be in the picture (Though he’s still on the poster below)


Zenonia Online is set to launch in 2014 on iOS and Android devices.

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  • Son of a Smooosh

    Never played too much of them, but I felt like the Zenonia games were quite decent for a mobile RPG.

  • WatchGintama

    The Korea version is already out. Haven’t tried it yet, but I don’t think I can play a MMO on a phone.

  • tubers

    Interesting.. hope it’s a decent enough game.

    I tried RO on smartphones and I wish it was more like RO 1.. then again, it’s gonna be hard to play with just a touch screen.


    NVM.. Windows 8/9 will be the mobile future.. PC-scale MMOs.. the real RO (for nostalgia purposes :P)

  • Kaetsu

    I remember when my friend and I tried to play online on one of the previous Zenonia games and were disappointed when we had to fight AI’s that looked like us. I don’t think I’ll pick this up unless it’s free but that’s still a cool addition.

  • Looks good, I always liked the others but never really suck much time into them

  • Godspoken

    Honestly, who plays these games? Why are action RPGs even a thing on phones?

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