Lost Ark to transition from Asian game

  • May will also bring a bunch of Lost Ark Gold new features to improve the quality of life of users such as the ability to review the daily and weekly content activity in a new menu, user interface updates enhanced party finder, party invitations, updated loot dismantling and convenience options for Market/Auction House, and a handful of other fun features, such as being able to randomly summon favourite mounts as well as new hairstyles to customize!Amazon and Smilegate will "consider" Lost Ark console port

    Amazon Games and Smilegate would "consider" the possibility of a console version of Lost Ark, if fans desired it.

    Speaking to VG247, Amazon Games' franchise head Soomin Park was asked about whether the game could be available on Xbox and PlayStation and PlayStation - particularly following the success of the main rival Diablo 3. "If Lost Ark on consoles is something that fans really want, then I think it's something everyone would think about," he said.Speaking of Diablo, Park did allude to the rivalry between the long-running Blizzard series. "We believe there's an chance to allow Lost Ark to establish itself as a major player, as proven by its success so far." game has achieved thus far," he said.

    Park was and was also asked why it took so long to allow Lost Ark to transition from Asian game to international success. "The market was already there. Smilegate was putting years to refine and improve the game's fundamental experience and we collaborated in bringing it to an entirely new player base, with millions of gamers now playing Lost Ark for the first-time," Park said.There's also the connection to South Korean culture, following the immense international success of Kpop groups and TV shows like The Squid Game on Netflix. Squid Game. "I believe there's an evolving trend towards globalisation of content across all entertainment platforms and a keen interest in international experiences that let us discover cultures from buy Lost Ark Gold around the all over the world." He said.