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Dragon Nest: Official EU Site Opens

SBFordSBFord Associate Editor - News ManagerThe Land of AZPosts: 16,622MMORPG.COM Staff Uncommon

Dragon Nest players in the EU now have a new home for all things DN-related. eFusion has announced that the new Dragon Nest EU site has officially launched with all the information that players need to make a successful start in the game.

The Dragon Nest Europe's official site is available in four European languages since its initial service: English, German, French and Spanish. eFusion MMOG had already informed that European players will have four language versions of Dragon Nest at their disposal at its launch in December.

Check out the new Dragon Nest EU site.

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Comments

  • NasaNasa DenmarkPosts: 424Member Uncommon

    Supporting German, French and Spanish language have and will only delaying the release of the game and new content in EU.

    I hope more mmo devs will skip the support of these langauges.

  • DranthosDranthos Posts: 14Member Uncommon

    You need to translate the game to German and French in order to publish it on those countries so it is a necessary move.

     

    IMO they added Spanish to catch the South American market.

  • SilokSilok Mascouche, QCPosts: 732Member
    Originally posted by Nasa

    Supporting German, French and Spanish language have and will only delaying the release of the game and new content in EU.

    I hope more mmo devs will skip the support of these langauges.

    yeah sure beacause only english matter..... supporting others languages is never a bad thing.

  • bobfishbobfish SouthamptonPosts: 1,688Member

    The laws around localisation of games only apply to boxed products, online games can ignore them.

     

    Though sales in France and Germany are fairly poor without localisation.

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