I remember playing MapleStory more than ten years ago. As it turns out, the free-to-play video game series continues to update MapleStory 1 and 2. On weekends, fans will host special events. A video game called MapleStory Fest. More than 500 Mapler attended and hosted Exchange LA in downtown Los Angeles, where they had Nexon developers, live concerts and exclusive announcements.
MapleStory is a 2D horizontal scrolling, free-to-play MMORPG that was released in North America in 2005. Fast forward for 14 years, fans are still getting updates. During the MapleStory Fest, Nexon announced a new Pathfinder course, which will be released on June 12. In addition, you can also Buy
Maplestory M Mesos, which may be much cheaper during this time.
MapleStory 2 is the latest sequel launched in Korea in 2015 and launched globally in 2018, transforming the MapleStory world into a 3D voxel-based game. A striker class announced that it will focus on melee and combination, and will be on May 30, 2019. This will definitely appeal to combat gamers due to the combination mechanism.
Another MapleStory 2 update, Eye of Lapenta, will provide Maplers with new storylines, dungeons and ascendent gear. The level cap will be increased to 70 and level 2 skills will be activated for all jobs.
As for the MapleStory Fest, it sold out in just four minutes. In addition to announcements and concerts, fans can also use the SOHO bricks to build the MapleStory world, receive free gifts and Maplestory Mobile Mesos, participate in sweepstakes, and have the opportunity to meet influential people. The MapleStory theme concert is definitely a fun for Maplers because they can experience the music in the game in a live environment.
Although MapleStory Fest has special guests and events, fans are special to this event. Cosplayers showed off their costumes during the role-playing competition, and some fans were able to share their love of MapleStory in front of a large audience. It shows you that anyone in the MapleStory world will be supported in the community.