Asiasoft to release PSO 2 and DC Universe Online in Southeast Asia
Asian publisher to publish both MMORPGs this year; no specific date given as of yet.
Online game publishers Asiasoft has announced that it will be expanding its line-up of games for Southeast Asian customers this year.
According to the company's investor relations report, the Southeast Asian company was planning to release the English version of Phantasy Star Online 2 and to officially release DC Universe Online for the PC in the region. The company had not announced release dates at this point in time.
PSO 2 was scheduled for an early 2013 release in North America, but was delayed by publisher Sega. More than 1.7 million players in Japan registered for the MMORPG. DC Universe Online was released in 2011 for PC and PS3. The game switched to a free-to-play model on November 2011.
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