Elysium Lost is a mobile medieval fantasy game available for pre-registration now
Chinese mobile developer 9Splay recently released its medieval fantasy game, Elysee lost in China and other global markets in October 2021. The translated English version is currently still in development, but pre-registration is now open for those looking for their next mobile MMO.
9Splay may not be a particularly popular developer. The development studio, led by the board of directors of 9Splay Entertainment Technology Co Ltd, has currently released a game to the Western market called Abyss Walker. Currently Abyss Walker has registered over 100,000 downloads to date, with an average Play Store rating of 3.9, and has been generally well received. Elysee lost will be 9Splay’s next game to hit the market and aims to deliver an epic storytelling adventure, dual talent system, server battles and more.
Whether Elysee lost will create more than a seamless rebranding of the generic MMO formula is yet to be seen. The first Chinese version gameplay suggests that the game will have mounts, four base classes with additional subclasses, autoplay battles, and plenty of reward pop-ups for you to navigate your menus while continuing your quest. . 9Splay Entertainment currently has around 185 employees and is working on numerous titles around the world. It was founded in November 2013 and has since released a number of games for the Chinese markets, some of which have racked up hundreds of thousands of downloads.
Elysee lost will undoubtedly follow some of its other titles and use a cash store that will be heavily reliant on cash change. According to the official 9Splay website for the global Chinese version of Elysee lost, Ruby packs range from 600 Rubies for $ 10 USD, all the way up to a 54,000 Ruby pack, which will cost players $ 892.49. There is currently no exact release date for the English version, but pre-registration will offer players an exclusive Phantom Panther mount upon release.