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JAN 9, 2024

Wemade to attend Taipei Game Show this month

by CoinNess Global

South Korean gaming publisher Wemade is set to participate in this year’s Taipei Game Show, the largest gaming exhibition in Taiwan, according to local news outlet Kookmin Ilbo on Tuesday (KST). The event is scheduled for Jan. 25 to 28 at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center.

Sneak peek at upcoming blockbusters

The company plans to operate an exclusive booth, where it will showcase game developer Madngine's massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) Night Crows and Round 1 Studio's baseball game Fantastic 4 Baseball. Both games are slated for global release in the first quarter of this year. Game demos and various events will also be held to promote the releases and attract gamers.

Games for a diverse gamer base

Night Crows has been popular among gamers in South Korea, where it launched in April last year, topping the popularity and revenue rankings on major app markets. The global version of the game utilizes blockchain technology to implement an advanced tokenomics ecosystem. Global pre-registration will open on Jan. 11.
Round 1 Studio’s Fantastic 4 Baseball is a realistic baseball game where players can create their own team with famous players from various leagues, including the Chinese Professional Baseball League (CPBL). The demo version includes single-player and home run derbies.
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