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HONGKONG HAPPYGAMES will release the casual idle three kingdoms game on January 24, 2022.

From the name, you can tell that the game is about the story of the Three Kingdoms period. The story of the heroes of the Three Kingdoms era is reproduced against the backdrop of the three countries of Wei, Chok, and O, and it is possible to recruit various heroic figures as armed forces, as well as to nurture beautiful women at the same time. In addition to basic systems such as fostering, wings, and mounts, there are various systems such as beopbo, jewel, divine beast, and child nurturing.

In addition, a game between users and an integrated server system are also deployed, so you can enjoy basic PVE dungeon battles as well as PVP mode at the same time. The corps, friend, and lover system, as well as the priest system, have been added to make communication between users more active, and various items and rewards can be obtained through various systems.

As it is an idle game, characters can be developed with minimal touch, so for users who do not have much time to invest in the game, as the name of the game suggests, it is a game that can be enjoyed even in a pocket.

And in order to provide the maximum benefit to users, from the day of launch, generous welcome rewards such as a 1 million won recharging card, SSSR armament, and 1000 lucky draws were presented so that users can enjoy the game even more. Also, when adding the official KakaoTalk account, we hope that users will not miss out on various events as well as generous rewards such as Wonbo and GM titles.

In addition, various rewards such as rare items and coupons will be provided depending on the number of pre-orders. At the same time, various promotions that can be enjoyed with users in-game and offline are also being prepared. For more information, please check the official Naver Lounge.

Pre-booking address: https://server.ff-free.com/sgj/index.html

By Kim Young-hoon, staff reporter [email protected]