FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Los Angeles – Oct. 16, 2013 – Nexon America, the North American subsidiary of Tokyo-based NEXON Co., LTD. (“Nexon”) (3659.TO), a worldwide leader in free-to-play (F2P) online games, today unveiled the fall content update for MapleStory , one of their most beloved titles. Currently celebrating its 8th anniversary, MapleStory will be ringing in the season by offering players new quests and valuable in-game items.
Just in time for Halloween, players can hunt monsters for Witch Malady and retrieve Dark Tokens that can be exchanged for rare equipment and items. Additionally, players who meet and accept Olivia’s mission will explore the Haunted Mansion to fight various monstrous toys. Players can also visit Maple Castle to help Empress Cygnus put together a spooktacular Halloween party.
Players who are at Level 130 and above can explore Crimsonheart Castle, a theme dungeon based on Crimsonwood Keep. Level 135 players and above will be able to visit the Shadow Veil Forest, a map where the route changes every two hours. Finally, players who reached Level 140 can test their skills by fighting the giant boss “Gollux” in a series of epic boss battles taking place in the heart of Shadow Veil Forest.
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About Nexon America, Inc.
Nexon America Inc. is the North American publishing arm of Nexon Group, a pioneer of interactive entertainment software and the world's leader in massively multiplayer online games. Based in Los Angeles, Nexon America was founded in 2005 to bring the best of online entertainment to the North American audience. The company's growing library of titles includes the world famous franchise MapleStory, the fantasy life of Mabinogi, the fast-paced, first-person shooter Combat Arms and the physics-based action game, Vindictus. The foundation of all Nexon America titles is the item selling business model, in which users access the full game for free and can later opt to pay for game enhancements.