Paragon, the moba developed by Epic Games that closed its servers four years ago, is back, this time with a different name and developer.
Paragon: The Overprime, will be the name of this new version of the game, which is now being developed by Netmarble, a South Korean studio, and which will take over the game after reaching an agreement with the original creators.
As revealed, the intention is to transform it into a free-to-play game, which will be in the third person with characters with different types of abilities and where the objective will be to destroy the enemy’s base.
“One of the heroes with original abilities, destroy the enemy’s base and claim it as your own. Experience the synaesthetic actions of the third person perspective and the countless possible strategies of the synergy between heroes and game objects. Every game you play will be an exciting new challenge.
Among the news, the game will have new characters, maps, among other things and is scheduled to return for next November.
Paragon was launched in March 2016 in early access mode, however before its official launch from Epic Games they decided to abandon the project to focus resources on the Battle Royale of Fortnite, a game that for those years was beginning to become quite a success.
Given this, Epic even published the game material for free for those who wanted to use it.
Paragon: The Overprime will be released in early access format in November.