Amazon Games and Smilegate RPG announce that the long-awaited MMOARPG Lost Ark will launch on February 11, 2022, on PC via Steam. Players who purchase the Founder’s Pack can access the game from February 8.
The gameplay trailer, which made its stage debut at The Game Awards, is the final installment of the YouTube series “Heroes of Arkesia” and features in-game footage of dynamic combat and stunning surroundings.
Lost Ark is a popular free online game from Smilegate RPG with millions of active players in Korea, Russia, and Japan. In Lost Ark, players have the opportunity to explore the vast and diverse world of Arkesia. Their mission is to find the mythical “Lost Ark” to save the kingdom from a demonic threat, all in a captivating world of infinite depth, discovering secrets in every corner of the map, as well as in every city, castle, and catacombs.
The game offers 15 different character classes with unique skill sets using the “Tripod skill system” that allows players to select and enhance unique combat skills when they reach a certain level. Players will get the opportunity to delve into chaos dungeons, take part in extensive PvP duels, test their skills in complex missions, face powerful bosses and, above all, compete with the demonic legion to regain the power and light of the title Lost Ark.
“We’re excited to bring Lost Ark to more of the world, and with today’s release date announcement, we’re one step closer to where players can experience the stunning gaming world and thrilling combat for themselves,” said Christoph Hartmann vice president of Amazon Games. “In February, players will be able to travel to the fantastic world of Arkesia for the first time and be part of this fantastic story.”
Lost Ark has been appreciated for its unique MMO and ARPG genres, beautiful graphics, exciting hack-and-slash gameplay, and a wide range of gameplay modes. This stunning title has won numerous awards, including the Presidential Award at the Korea Game Awards 2019. Amazon Games is bringing the game to North America, Europe *, Latin America, Australia, and New Zealand for the first time.