MapleStory 2 Opens Its Nostalgic Doors To All, Free-To-Play
Oct 11, 2018 Source: GAMEMS
While I’ve admittedly not been following MapleStory 2 very closely, I’ve heard that Nexon America has tweaked the English version of the game, cutting back on the pay-to-win parts of the original. While they, of course, intend for players to spend money, it mostly goes on convenience items (like quicker fast-travel) and cosmetic items for your bobble-headed avatar. That said, it is possible to sell gear to players for cash-shop currency. A curious way to make a virtual buck or two if you snag a rare item you can’t use, and hopefully not too unbalancing due to being co-op.
I never quite got along with the original game – it was just a bit too messy for me – but it seems that people are broadly pleased with the sequel so far. It’s a tough act to follow, living up to the nostalgic expectations of a generation of players (many of the teens at the time), but reviews seem mostly positive. From the little bit I’ve seen streamed (I’m downloading the game to give it a poke this evening) larger co-op battles are chaotic and hard to follow, but solo or small group play feels a lot more readable, and the level design looks frequently cute and clever.
MapleStory 2 is free-to-play and you can find it on its official page here or on Steam. The pre-order Explorer’s Packs (which got players in early) are no longer available to buy.
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