Ragnarok Labyrinth NFT will be released globally on Android and iOS in September 2022

Ragnarok Labyrinth NFTRagnarok’s first online IP play to winwill be released internationally on Android and iOS platforms in over 170 countries on September 22, 2022at 1:00 p.m. (GMT+7). gravity game Link is happy to announce it (with the exception of certain regions such as China, Korea and Japan). It will debut as a mobile game which is Free-To-Play and Play-To-Earn with NFT elements and supports 11 different languages.

Pre-registered players will get exclusive perks once Ragnarok Labyrinth NFT goes live

Before that, the game had exceeded 300,000 pre-registrations on Androidaccording to a statement from Gravity Game Link.

Users who pre-register for the game are eligible to earn special rewards, including different consumables and 2,000 ONBUFF points. Pre-registrations had initially started on September 1, 2022, the official launch date announced by Gravity Game Link.

Ragnarok Labyrinth NFT is one of the latest sequel to Ragnarok Online game which can be enjoyed by RO fans across the world on mobile platform. We bring a new gaming experience to a Ragnarok Online MMORPG with challenging maze dungeons and mazes that contain memorable stages and notable monsters from the Ragnarok Online world.

Andi Suryanto, President of Gravity Game Link

Time saving MMORPGs, Ragnarok Labyrinth NFT features labyrinthine dungeons that contain iconic scenes and creatures from the Ragnarok Online universe. Through the use of ONBUFF points, which can be redeemed through the INNO platform, blockchain technology is integrated. Aims to reward players with virtual money that they can earn every minute of play in addition to providing amazing gaming experiences.

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