[NF2] Nexon America Launches Navy Field 2 Teaser Website!

Navy Field 2 logo

 

Los Angeles, CA – (Feb. 6, 2013)– Nexon America has opened its teaser web page for “Navy Field 2,” a multiplayer, online action real-time strategy (RTS) naval warfare game set in World Wars I and II that is planned for release later this year. The “Navy Field 2” teaser page features an exclusive preview trailer and gives players access to the new “Navy Field 2” Facebook and YouTube pages.

The “Navy Field 2”site can be accessed at:   http://navyfield2.nexon.net/

“Navy Field 2” offers fast-paced, action intensive naval warfare using the RTS model along with the impressive graphical capabilities of the award-winning Unreal Engine 3. “Navy Field 2” will allow players to turn back the clock and experience historically accurate battles from World Wars I and II including the Battle of Midway and the last battle of the Bismarck.

The game’s multiplayer setting supports engagements of up to 192 ships controlled by 64 players. Playable ships include destroyers, battleships and aircraft carriers that are fully customizable down to their officers, technical equipment and weapons.

“Navy Field 2” will follow Nexon’s business model where players can play for free or purchase items to enhance their in-game experience.

About Nexon America

Nexon America, Inc. is the North American publishing arm of NEXON Co., Ltd. (“Nexon”) (TSE: 3659.TO), a worldwide leader in free-to-play online games. Based in Los Angeles, Nexon America was founded in 2005 to bring the best of online entertainment to North American audiences. The company’s growing library of titles includes “MapleStory,” “Mabinogi,” “Combat Arms,” “Dungeon Fighter Online,” “Atlantica Online,” “Vindictus,” “Dragon Nest,” and “Sudden Attack.” The foundation of all Nexon America titles is the microtransaction-based business model, in which users can play the full game for free and can also choose to purchase in-game items to enhance their gaming experience.

About Unreal Engine

Developed by Epic Games, the award-winning Unreal Engine is known for its cutting-edge graphics technology, world-class toolset and scalability across PC, console and mobile platforms. Unreal Engine 3 (UE3) is designed to accelerate developers’ productivity for creating high-quality games, applications, training simulations, visualizations, digital films and animated entertainment. Powering hundreds of games and integrated with two dozen leading middleware technologies, UE3 holds more than 20 technology awards, including eight Game Developer Front Line Awards and five Develop Industry Excellence Awards. The Unreal Engine also owns a seat in the Front Line Awards Hall of Fame. Unreal Engine 4 (UE4), winner of multiple Best of E3 2012 awards, offers unprecedented graphical capabilities and workflow improvements that provide unparalleled accessibility for developers building the next generation of games and applications. For more information, visithttp://www.unrealengine.com and follow @UnrealEngine.

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Posted on February 6, 2013, in Navy Field 2, Nexon America. Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

  1. -Looks at background-

    Someone’s hyped. xD

    • Well… not really. I’m anticipating it but nothing all that special.

      • Yeahh. I hope it exceeds my expectations. ;P

        • May I should rephrase my first comment. It might have been better I said “I’m anticipating it but my anticipation is nothing all that huge. I have no doubt that it’s an incredible game though since I’ve played the Japanese service.”

          • You Liked It!? (I have higher expectations now. ;))

            You’ve played it!? 2v2 us vs people who have never played the game.

          • Since when does Zach have such bad grammar. “May I should rephrase”, “have been better I said”…
            It seems like you were busy with something else while typing this ….. or SOMEONE was busy with you while you were typing it 😉

            Sometimes I feel like I go to far, but when I do it’s funny as hell!

            • Maybe I should rephrase*
              Nothing wrong with “have been better I said”

              And yes, I see what you were getting at.

              • Shouldn’t it be, have been better HAD I said
                OR
                Have been better if I said

                Right?
                Not to grammar-nazi you… it’s just that in my mind it is a mistake, and I would like to know if it really is a mistake I should avoid or not, which is why I am asking you if what you are saying is really correct by trying to correct you and asking if I am correcting you the correct way, but your correction is only valid if you are actualy correct. Correct?

                Anyways, Fisting Firemen 9

              • Okay thanks, so Zach help me out here please.

                Watch this video, atthe 12:20 mark: http://youtu.be/tpiWZDW62zM?t=12m20s

                Look at the bag. This is at the Dice 2013 event. WHY is there the Nexon logo on the bag? Did Nexon co-host this event?
                Also, could you explain to me what the Dice awards are? I know it is like the VGA’s but for Game Designers, and that people in the industry give talks on stage like in this vid Randy Pitchford… BUUUUT, is it hosted by DICE as in the greators of Battlefield 3 that are owned by EA? Or is it just hosted by a 3rd party company? I mean, the name Dice Awards confuses me, because why in the world, would Dice make a award show that would let their competitors to do talks and get nominated? Why would the creators of Battlefield 3 invite their rivals of this year: Treyarch with CoD BO2, to their award show giving them a place in the spotlight? Why would Treyarch go to a show hosted by their biggest competitor? It’s like my boss at the Mc Donalds goes to a event hosted by KFC….. wtf o.O He would never go there or be allowed in because it:
                1. Puts Mc Donalds in the spotlight because there are camera’s at the event and you do not want to give your competitor any spotlight on your costs.
                2. You do not want to be affiliated with them in a positive way because your followers might not have known about Mc Donalds (look at KFC standpoint) and now they know and might buy something there…

                It just doesnt make sense… So are the Dice Awards hosted by DICE, or by a 3rd party… and why the FFFFFF is the Nexon Logo on the Dice Swagg bag?

                • 1. Nexon is one of the companies which takes part in the DICE Summit. They gave out those swag bags as their swag, as other companies which participated gave out other pieces of swag.
                  2. The DICE Awards is an award program through DICE.
                  3. DICE (Design, Innovate, Communicate, Entertain) and DICE (EA Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment (I think that’s what it stands for, can’t both to look it up)) are two completely different entities.

              • I realised that what DICE meant, when I wikipedia’ed it. But I find it really confusing, and actualy really BAD, that a big event has the name of a game studio.. I don’t know who was first, but it is basicly A LOT of free PR for Dice, the game studio. Also, check your email!!!! :p

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