Webzen has revealed its 2016 lineup which includes over seven games that are going to be released in South Korea this year. The big name is MU Legend, the much anticipated follow up to the hugely successful MU Online. Previously known as MU2, MU Legend runs on the Unreal Engine 3, is in fact a prequel to MU Online and is in development for quite a few years. Featuring hack and slash gameplay in the style of the Diablo series and the mandatory PvP elements, MU Legends begins the first Korean closed beta test on April 21, 2016.
Webzen has a few other games, spread across client-based, browser-based and mobile games. Lightfall is a new sci-fi fantasy client MMORPG and there are also a couple of MU browser games: MU Ignition and MU Rebirth. The rest of them are mobile games: The Beast, Shot Online M, C9 Mobile, Summoners Saga, S.U.N. Mobile, Azera: Iron Heart and MU Strongest.
While there is no word on a western release of any of these games, Webzen is known for bringing some titles to North America and Europe such as C9, Rappelz, and the more recent ASTA: The War of Tears and Winds and ELOA: Elite Lord of Alliance.