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CHRONOBLADE GETS READY FOR GLOBAL DEBUTSide-scrolling “beat-em-up” action RPG ChronoBlade is getting ready for its North American debut as San Francisco-based game studio nWay and South Korean mobile giant Netmarble have teamed up once again.

Based on a mix of fantasy and sci-fi themed worlds, Chronoblade offers an arcade-style battle experience on iOS and Android. Players take on the roles of four heroes across five different dimensions and engage in real-time Player vs. Player (PvP) battles, making it easy to share the fun with friends regardless of device.

nWay and Netmarble, who teamed up for the game’s release in South Korea last year, recently signed a deal to support ChronoBlade globally and nWay is currently increasing its development staff both in its San Francisco headquarters and in its Seoul office in South Korea.

“With Netmarble’s expertise in the global market including titles such as MARVEL Future Fight, Seven Knights, and Everybody’s Marble, we believe that we have teamed up with the right partner” said Taehoon Kim, CEO, nWay. “With ChronoBlade, we’re bringing the successful formula of console-like battle action and a core RPG experience to gamers in North America..”

For more information about ChronoBlade, visit nWay’s official website at .

About nWAY
nWay is the game studio behind ChronoBlade, a competitive and cooperative multiplayer Action RPG for mobile, TV, and browser platforms. The mobile free-to-play title, set to launch in the US in summer of 2016, features console quality graphics and fast-paced synchronous cross-platform multiplayer gameplay by leveraging nWay’s proprietary technology for a latency-free experience. The company is based in San Francisco with offices in Seoul, Korea. The nWay team is comprised of leading developers and executives from Blizzard, Electronic Arts, LucasArts, Maxis, NCSoft, Nintendo, RockStar North and Tencent. They have collectively contributed to over a dozen hit console and online games including: Killer Instinct, StarCraft, Diablo II, FIFA Online, Battlefield Online, Dante’s Inferno, GTA, Crackdown, and Lineage II. nWay has received venture funding from Baseline Ventures, TransLink Capital, WI Harper Group, Cowboy Ventures, Harrison Metal and Keytone Ventures. For more information, visit nWay at .


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