IDC/Games announces the MOBA ‘CroNix Online’ in Europe and Latin America
IDC/Games and Magics, the Korean developer, are looking into launching the game at the start of the third quarter of 2015. CroNix is a MOBA with a strategic component which redefines the genre to MOSA (Multiplayer Online Strategic Action).
IDC/Games, the online and mobile games publisher for western markets with headquarters in Madrid, and Korean developer Magics, have reached a marketing agreement for the free-to-play MOBA, CroNix, in Europe and Latin America.
IDC/Games expects to launch CroNix at the beginning of the third quarter of 2015, with an initial beta in Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Polish and Czech.
Players can already sign up for the beta on the website http://cronix.idcgames.com and will receive notification afterwards.
CroNix is a free-to-play MOBA set in a futuristic world devastated by numerous wars and natural disasters, which offers players unique battle arenas to test their skills against other opponents.
In this game, users will enjoy spectacular graphics, on par with the futuristic world it represents, as well as a great variety of characters and skills with which to plan their battle strategy.
Apart from these typical MOBA features, in CroNix, players will have to manage their resources and organize their attacks in an intelligent manner, which sets it apart from other games of the same genre. From this combination, an innovative sub-genre is born, the so called MOSAs (Multiplayer Online Strategic Action).
Victor Lamas, CEO of Nvia Group and IDC/Games said: “Ever since we found out about CroNix in Korea more than one year ago, we knew it was a game that we wanted to add to our portfolio, due to its quality, originality and the hours of fun it will bring us and to all the fans of action and fighting games.”