Lineage W, the latest installment to NCSofts, epic high fantasy MMORPG begins pre-download for Android, iOS, and PC ahead of its global game launch this week. As you’ve already guessed, the game will be cross-platform. Here’s what you need to know.
Lineage W is a brand new isometric 3D MMORPG set in the world of Lineage that will officially launch globally on November 4, 2021. It is touted as the true Lineage experience where NCSoft poured everything they learn in the last 24 years of the game. Lineage W will see players revisit 150 years ahead of the original storyline. Classes include Lord, Knight, Fairy, and Mage. Each class has an available gender swap and can branch off to multiple advanced classes.
True to Lineage’s iconic game features, the massive continent war will return as well as the castle sieges and guild versus guild where you’ll fight for the various lands throughout the world of Aden and gain taxes for your guild when you occupy one.
Prior to the official service going live, NCSoft has provided a pre-download phase so players can enjoy the game immediately upon launch. It will begin on November 2, 12:00 (KST) for Android, iOS, and PC (you’ll need to download the PURPLE game client for windows).
Download the Android version here: [LINK]
- You need to have at least the same specs as Samsung Galaxy S9 with Samsung Galaxy S20 as the ideal threshold.
Download the iOS version here: [LINK]
- You need to have at least the same specs as iPhone 8+ with iPhone 12 Max as the ideal threshold.
Download the PC version here: [LINK]
- Minimum specs required:
- Ryzen 3 2200 / Intel Core i5 to Ryzen 5 3600 / Intel Core i7
- 8GB to 16GB of RAM
- NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti 2G / AMD RX 580 8G to NVIDIA RTX 2060 6G /
- AMD Radeon RX 6800 graphic card
- Windows 64bit
- At least 10GB storage space or higher (+400 for PURPLE launcher)
Do take note that you may experience heavy traffic during installation. Make sure your internet connection is stable to avoid hiccups while downloading. Remember, the game will only be available on November 4, 2021, so better mark your calendars so you won’t forget.