In Ascent: Infinite Realm, there are five groups: Warlord, Sorceress, Gunslinger, Assassin, and Mystic, with each one with a few subclasses the company plans to Ascent: Infinite Realm Gold reveal later on.The company has uploaded a reveal trailer as well, displaying several elements hinting at what Ascent Infinite Realm might be about, including floating ships shrouded in warfare, huge mecha lawsuits, barrel racing, as well as fire-breathing dragons. Not to mention a smattering of footage revealing Ascent Infinite Realm’s exceptionally varied environments, which range from plenty of skyscapers to picturesque towns.
The trailer looks incredibly promising, save to the laughably low frame rate in some parts. Combining steampunk, classic sword and sorcery gameplay finding a way to incorporate both in a way that makes use of Ascent Infinite Realm-based battle is a highly attractive idea. Hopefully Bluehole Studio and Kakao Games provide a well-executed demonstration from these elements.
Interested players can visit its official site to buy Air Gold sign up for the beta program.Bluehole, a developer and publisher in South Korea, has been enjoying riotous success with PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, which pushed 10 million copies worldwide by September and subsequently sold 10 million more months afterwards. It even has more players on Steam.