Th free-to-play PC game MapleStory is making its way onto mobile platforms on Tuesday, July 25th, and we have all of the information you need to know in order to enjoy MapleStory M covered for you.
MapleStory M is the mobile version of the free-to-play PC title from Nexon that was released back in 2003. The 2D side scrolling massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) has stayed relatively strong and popular since it was first released on PC years ago with a peak of 92 million players in 2009. Now. mobile players will be able to enjoy the action of the popular title in the form of MapleStory M, as the mobile title is set to go live in 140 countries on Tuesday, July 24th at 7 PM PST.
How to Download MapleStory M on iOS and Android
Nexon’s MapleStory M will be available for players to download on iOS and the Google Play Store. Players who preregister for the game will be granted exclusive in-game items for the upcoming mobile game when it goes live later tonight. You can find a list of all of the preregistration items for MapleStory M below.
Nexon also has stated that players who log in and take part in the MapleStory M action over the next 14 days will receive in-game items each day until Tuesday, August 21st. Preregistered players will also have until August 21st to claim the awards that can be found in the image above.
Twitch streamers of the highly anticipated mobile title will also get the chance to earn extra rewards between Tuesday, July 24th to Tuesday, July 31st.
MapleStory M features a great deal of content for players with 150 levels that consist of new character classes, a mobile-optimized hunting and auto-battle function, character customization that includes hair color, fashionable items and accessories, pets and mounts and dungeons you can battle in with friends.
If you are a mobile player looking to experience the world of this title for the very first time, the release of MapleStory M for iOS and Android on Tuesday, July 24th at 7:00 PM PST is when you will have the first chance to.
(cover photo courtesy of Nexon)