Ragnarok Online fans have a great reason to be happy these days since they will finally get a mobile version of their beloved game. Although Ragnarok M: Eternal Love was already available in South-east Asia last month, the game will finally have its global launch in December on iOS and Android devices. The regions where fans will be able to get the game include North America, South America, South Asia, and OCE.
Ragnarok M: Eternal Love is MMORPG which is based on the Ragnarok Online launched in 2002 and since then a highly praised game developed by Gravity Interactive. Just like other big and popular games get their own mobile version, so will Ragnarok Online. Gravity Interactive together with its partner X.D. Global has already launched a beta version of Ragnarok M: Eternal Love in parts of Asia and it got positive reviews. This inspired developers to start with pre-registration in time for the global launch which they hope will bring even more satisfying feedbacks from the players. Of course, the sooner you pre-register the more chances you have to get some of the rewards typical for the pre-registration process. Namely, every milestone will bring something interesting to registered players: 100K registrations will get a novice chest, 300K a ring pack, 600K a card pack and one million will lead to exclusive headwear.
The game will feature improved and new 3D art, amazing designs of the cities of Geffen, Prontera and others, as well as quite a set of extraordinary characters, pets, and gear. This is an open world adventure so you will have fun exploring and finding out more from NPCs and missions you take.
Ragnarok Online was a huge success with a devoted fan base that helped the franchise to expand to animated series Ragnarok the Animation and another game, a sequel Ragnarok Online: Legend of the Second. There were eight different games for mobile devices and each was focused on certain class from the game: thief, merchant, super novice, archer, acolyte, mage, ninja, taekwon, gunslinger, and swordsman. However, finally, the full game will be available on mobile and players can once again return to Rune Midgard.
The developers are yet to announce the precise release date, but you may want to pre-register regardlessly in order to get some of the nice rewards they prepared.