Check Out the Official Gameplay Trailer for ‘Throne and Liberty’

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The world of MMORPGs will soon become significantly more interesting, as NCSOFT seems to be making the final preparations before the launch of ‘Throne and Liberty.’ The game comes out in 2022, although we would sure like to know more about its release date.

If you’re at least a bit excited about ‘Throne and Liberty,’ it’s impossible to not be willing to see the new gameplay trailer that reveals the combat, some enemies, and unforgettable landscapes:

Medieval weapons such as the bow will be present in the game, and the one using them will have to prove that he is the right man for the job. Magical and fantastic moments will add an extra amount of flavor.

Our logical guess is that the last thing you should complain about when it comes to ‘Throne and Liberty’ will be the graphics.

According to the information we have now, ‘Throne and Liberty’ will be available for PlayStation 5 consoles, PC, and Android phones. This is indeed surprising because most of the PS5 games are also available for the Xbox Series X consoles.

Also, we have to notice that more and more games come out that aren’t available for the former generation consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox One anymore. That can theoretically be considered progress for the gaming era, although there will always be voices that do not agree with the claim.

‘Throne and Liberty’ looks like the kind of game that will squeeze some hardware power from your machine, regardless of what you choose to use. However, we’re expecting that PC gamers will indeed need some decent GPU mounted on their gear. GPU’s are pretty expensive these days, so you’ll need to invest some money.

Perhaps the upcoming MMORPG will also be available for a cloud gaming service such as NVIDIA GeForce Now, which will make a lot of folks get rid of headaches, but only time will tell for sure.

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