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Lost Ark Release Date, Trailer

Lost Ark can be found on PC this February.

Updated: Jan 26, 2022 3:33 pm
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If you love MMOs and have been looking for something a bit different, then Lost Ark is probably a game you should keep on your radar. The South Korea-based MMO has been doing the rounds online over the past year or so, and it finally getting a release in the west.

Lost Ark Screenshot

If this has piqued your interest then stick around to find out exactly when the game goes live. Remember, it’s free-to-play too, so no worries about sinking money into it before you know you like it.

Lost Ark Release Date

Lost Ark has already been out for quite a while in South Korea, but that’s not much of a shock considering it takes a while to localize a game. That goes double for an MMO that has so much text in it.

Luckily, we now know that the game will be going live on February 11th, 2022. However, if you get yourself a founder’s pack then you get into the game 3 days early on Feb 8th instead. A nice bonus for those who’ve supported the game, but you’d better try to steer clear of spoilers if you care enough.

Lost Ark Trailer

A while ago most MMO releases were just WoW clones, but these days there’s a bit more diversity. Lost Ark has an isometric viewpoint, and uses the mouse to control movement rather than WASD like most traditional PC MMOs do.

Even better, the game has a very clear style to its combat, as well as a unique system that means all of your created characters can benefit from stat bonuses and extra gold together.

If this all sounds too good to be true then you can check out the gameplay trailer below and decide whether you’ll jump in once the game goes live.

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