[NXEU] [U11] Nexon Europe Announces United Eleven
Luxembourg – April 8, 2014 – Today, Nexon Europe has the pleasure to announce its latest title, United Eleven, a browser-based, mobile-compatible game that combines actual names and faces of players registered with FIFPro and a license of Bundesliga clubs, with the most sophisticated match engine available.
Developed by NHN BlackPick Corporation, United Eleven lets players build their squad from over 50,000 footballers, officially licensed by FIFPro and global IP rights to the Bundesliga. Players can create the complete football management experience by boosting squads, recruiting players to improve and evolve stats, and overseeing the gameplay.
For the comprehensive managing simulation, the game offers simple but authentic interaction of football play. This includes full control of tactics, formation, and lineup, as well as consideration of the chemistry between players in the squad and how that will impact overall performance. From the start, United Eleven sets players in the position of absolute control. Matches can be played out in real time, with the ability to make strategic decisions in any moment of the game, thanks to the advanced football simulation engine.
“United Eleven offers players with the perfect way to feed their football cravings off the pitch, with an easy-to-access format, mobile support, and the official FIFPro and Bundesliga licenses,” said Kenny Chang, CEO of Nexon Europe. “We’re excited to see football fans across the continent take advantage of this intuitive and casual football management simulation, offering professional strategic gameplay.”
United Eleven is a browser-based, mobile-compatible game, eliminating unnecessary installation times. Players can make their decisions and tactical adjustments at any time with a PC, smartphone, or tablet.
Nexon Europe is looking forward to the beta test in May, and the game will be serviced in 8 languages: English, German, French, Italian, Polish, Spanish, Portuguese, and Turkish. The game will be published in Europe, North and South America, Oceania, and North Africa.