Blade & Soul Mobile

G-Star 2014: NCSoft is Going Mobile with Popular Titles Aion, Blade & Soul, and Lineage Eternal

During G-Star 2014 in Korea NCSoft announced not one, not two, but three mobile games tied to their most popular titles. Aion, Blade & Soul, and Lineage Eternal are all getting mobile games. Though in the case of Lineage Eternal it will be an actual mobile version of the game, unlike the other two which are all new games.

 

Blade & Soul Mobile

Blade & Soul Mobile

Blade & Soul Mobile will be a card game with turn based combat and a very cutesy art style. There is no launch date scheduled and as Blade & Soul has never been introduced to Western audiences it is unlikely we will ever see this game. Especially after it was announced at a development panel during G-Star that there would be some interactions between the PC based MMO and the new card game. It is being developed for both Andriod and iOS. Check out the official game trailer below.

Aion Legions

Aion Legions Mobile

Meanwhile Aion is getting a PvP oriented mobile game. Aion Legions focuses on the battle between the Asmodians and the Elyos. There will also be large 20 man raid boss events in the game which are the raid bosses found in the Aion PC based MMO. See the trailer for this mobile title below.

Lineage Eternal Mobile

And finally, Lineage Eternal has several new trailers that have been released. The game will be available both on PC and mobile devices. They will share the same server and use something called NC Cloud. More information about NC Cloud will be released at a later date but Lineage Eternal and Lineage Eternal Mobile both seem to take advantage of new technology to create this seamless mobile/PC game. We would like to thank our friend Cinderboy for bringing all these wonderful trailers to our attention.

 

Game Vision Trailer

 

Mobile Trailer

 

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About Shannon Doyle

Shannon first discovered MMOs in 1999 when she picked up the newly launched Everquest. This started a lifelong love affair with online gaming that has taken her around the world and brought her to MMOGames.com. While she still pines for the streets of Paragon, the City of Heroes, today she spends most of her gaming time walking across Tyria in Guild Wars 2, roleplaying with anyone who says hello.