goGame, a subsidiary of SEGA, will be launching the English version of COLOPL’s Dragon Project in the App Store and Play Store for Southeast Asia.
Dragon Project was originally released in Japanese last year and previously ranked #1 in the Japan App Store and Play Store. The english version game will be launched today August 18, 2017 at 2:00Pm in the following countries: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam.
In Dragon Project, players take on the role of Hunters in Heiland, a fantasy kingdom overrun by monsters. Hunters must battle these ferocious monsters and gather precious materials to forge and upgrade weapons and armor. The game features real-time multiplayer co-op play and intense monster-slaying action, and uses COLOPL’s signature one-touch controls, which allows anyone to play the game easily and intuitively with just one finger.
“Dragon Project has all the features that’ll get gamers excited. Think stunning 3D graphics, exciting social battles, simple gameplay controls and advanced character customization. But when everything comes together, it offers an immersive monster-slaying experience that’ll also win over their hearts.” David Ng, CEO of goGame remarked.
Gamers located in Southeast Asia can get started on their monster-slaying journey by downloading the free Dragon Project app from the App Store or Play Store from 18 August, 2pm (GMT+8) onwards. For greater chances of success in the game, they are advised to secure their exclusive in-game rewards by pre-registering on the official website: https://goo.gl/yHP5A5
goGame is a mobile game publisher and subsidiary of SEGA headquartered in Singapore, with offices in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. Founded in July 2015 by industry veteran David Ng, the company first made headlines for securing major investments from gaming giant SEGA and venture capitalist Incubate Fund Japan. Today, goGame is a 190-strong team collaborating on projects with SEGA, Disney and COLOPL.