Today, Korean publisher Webzen joined the slowly growing ranks of publishers who have revealed their Electronic Entertainment Expo lineups.
The main attraction at its booth, which is in the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center, will be Huxley. Set in a sci-fi universe where humans battle mutants, the game is a massively multiplayer online first-person shooter and will allow for up to 5,000 players in a single game world. Huxley is set for release on the Xbox 360 and PC this fall.
Also on display at the Webzen booth will be Soul of the Ultimate Nation (SUN). The massively multiplayer online role-playing game is set in a fantasy world wracked by civil war. However, instead of the normal MMOG character-creation process, players will choose a character of one of four class types and then have to uncover the character's backstory. SUN is being developed for PCs and is tentatively set to ship this fall.
Last but not least, Webzen will be showcasing a new casual MMOG at E3. Called Project Wiki, it will be "fairy tale themed" and will let each player's actions affect the entire game world. It, too, will be PC-exclusive.