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Epic’s Paragon is back and under new ownership

Source: Netmarble

After four years, a defunct MOBA is back in the spotlight with a new name. Epics paragon it was not equal to the amount of fame Fortnite earned in the two years after the beta. 2018 officially came to a close as Epic focused its efforts on Fortnite and soon after released the assets of paragon in the Unreal Marketplace. However, after four years and a trademark deal with Epic, paragon is back now developed by the South Korean game studio Netmarble as the new name Paragon: The Overprime.

As PC Gamer pointed out, Paragon: The Overprime is a free, action-focused live MOBA service featuring all new characters and maps. Players can choose one from an ever-expanding list of heroes and use their abilities to destroy enemy bases and claim them as their own. Strategize with other players in third person by customizing several and incorporating them towards your team’s victory.

The game is currently in open beta until November 21st, and it’s not too late to join. To join the open beta, players will need to create a post on a social media platform post with the Final Test event banner and poster images. with a Steam or Epic Games Store URL and a personal comment about how excited you are for the final test. After that, take a screenshot of the post and share it on [when-is-the-final-test-event] channel on the official Discord along with your Steam or Epic Games account ID.

Even with the open beta in full swing, it’s still unknown when the final game will be released. What we do know is that it will be playable through Steam and, unsurprisingly, the Epic Game Store. How closely this new version will resemble its previous incarnation is still a mystery. However, Netmarble seems to be interested in maintaining the high-quality graphics and gameplay it was known for before its unfortunate closure. Hopefully when the current beta test comes to an end Paragon: The Overprime he will receive the comeback he rightly deserves.



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