Re-Branded Shengqu Games Announced their New Mobile MMORPG "Project A"

Shanda Games used to be the biggest games company in the china, but over the past many years it has fallen a long way down. Shanda Games ended up with its recent sale to a new owner, who re-branded it as "Shengque Games". Still owning Korean developer Eyedentity, Shengque Games's new management team held recently a media event, in which they showcased some of their games, which are still running as normal. The main attraction of the media event was the new Mobile MMORPG "Project A", which is being developed and is inspired by the Dungeons & Dragons, which is a RPG game and was released in 1974.

Shangqu Games confirmed that as the western-fantasy IP is not quite popular in the China, so there main attraction will be overseas plans for the "Project A". It was claimed by the developers that it is an "Original IP" game despite using the settings of Dungeons & Dragons. The developers are using the Unity Engine and is also based on the Apple's Metal Technology.

Shangqu Games has also revealed that they hired the music producer of The Wandering Earth, which is a hit Chinese movie, along with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, to create the game's music. The developers have also hired various novelists to write new stories, which likely includes lore and in-game quests, so these can be added as Project A's content. But still there is no release date announced by the developers.

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