What happened to Webzen?
Webzen will no longer run Flyff as transfer of the MMO to a new publisher is underway. It appears to be the end of the Webzen era for Flyff as the free-to-play MMO will no longer be serviced by the company. However, the game will live on as it will trade hands with an unannounced new publishing partner.
Who owns Webzen?
Kim Tae Young
|Industry||Game developer and publisher|
|Founded||April 28, 2000|
|Headquarters||Bundang-gu, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea|
|Key people||Kim Tae Young (CEO)|
Why did arctic combat shutdown?
Webzen announced plans to shut down Arctic Combat on July 28th, 2013. Although the game had only been active for seven months, the dwindling number of active players (reportedly due to extensive in-game cheating) appears to have been behind Webzen’s decision to terminate services for the game.
Who owns MU online?
MU Online (Korean: 뮤 온라인) is an Isometric medieval fantasy MMORPG, produced by Webzen, a Korean gaming company.
Did webzen sell Flyff?
Following the exceptional maintenance on 08/21/2020, WEBZEN published the sad announcement stating that their service for the games FlyFF and Rappelz will be ending on 09/21/2020. …
When was MU Online released?
November 1, 2001
Mu Online/Initial release dates
Did FlyFF shut down?
August 21st, 2020, is a sad day in FlyFF for us. Following the exceptional maintenance on 08/21/2020, WEBZEN published the sad announcement stating that their service for the games FlyFF and Rappelz will be ending on 09/21/2020. …
Who owns FlyFF now?
Flyff (short for Fly for Fun) is a fantasy MMORPG by Korean development company Gala Lab (formerly Aeonsoft & nFlavor). Flyff is hosted in 13 countries and 10 languages and has over 30 million registered accounts.
Who created FlyFF?
Gala Lab Corp