Nexon recently pushed out MapleStory M in a couple of territori

  • Nexon recently pushed out MapleStory M in a couple of territories as a soft-launch title, so it seems pretty safe to assume that the official release isn't that far off. In anticipation of when that day may come, you can pre-register on both the Play Store and the official MapleStory M website starting today. Sure, if you happen to live in Canada or any of the other soft-launch regions, you can install this right now to experience some classic 2D MMO action, but the rest of us will have to settle for a few pre-registration rewards as we wait to give it a proper go LOLGA .

     

     

    Back in January MapleStory M was made available as an open beta for a few days so people could get a quick look at how the English release was shaping up. At the time it seemed very playable, though it was clear that it was going to  MapleStory M Mesos differ from the mainline PC title. For one, there is an auto questing feature that eliminates having to grind manually — if you have ever played the original MapleStory, you would know that grind is Nexon's middle name. This can be a good and bad thing though, as many players want to actually control what their character is doing instead of relying on the game to play itself for the majority of content.