The King Of Fighters ALLSTAR Arrives In North America On October 22

All ready to fight.
All ready to fight. Netmarble

The King of Fighters ALLSTAR is more than ready for its North American release this October 22. This exciting and fast-paced mobile brawler is inspired by the King of Fighters franchise. Even before the release, Netmarble is offering in-game rewards to players who pre-register.

The game offers fast-paced fighting action with players battling through waves of enemies, fighting giant bosses, and facing off against rival fighter teams. In addition to the excitement, King of Fighters ALLSTAR comes with lightning-fast animation, vibrant colors, and cutting-edge graphics. Once the game is officially launched, players can collect at least 50 fighters and upgrade them. The game has a large amount of content and is sure to make fans of the franchise get a feel of nostalgia. Meanwhile, new gamers get to enjoy hours of fun.

Pre-register and earn rewards.
Pre-register and earn rewards. Netmarble

Beginning October 1, players who pre-register on Google Play and the iOS App Store are going to receive "Option Cards" that are themed after the legendary fighters Kyo Kusanagi and Iori Yagami. Players also receive premium rewards and special characters upon reaching certain pre-registration milestones. The full rewards list are:

  • 50,000 Total Pre-registrations reached: 1x Baseball Yuri Character
  • 150,000 Total Pre-registrations reached: 100 Rubies and 10 Rare EXP Capsules
  • 400,000 Total Pre-registrations reached: 1x Baseball Yuri Card
  • 700,000 Total Pre-registrations reached: 400 Rubies and 10 Plus Capsule Boxes
  • 1,000,000 Total Pre-registrations reached: 1x 5★ Fighter Selector

The game has already been launched in both Korea and Japan and even reached the Number 1 position on the free games chart for both Google Play and App Store in these two countries. The October release is not limited to North America, and is expected to be available worldwide.

The King of Fighers ALLSTAR is developed by Netmarble, who is responsible for games such as Lineage 2: Revolution, MARVEL Future Fight, and BTS World, among others. The company had its beginning in South Korea back in 2000. Since then, Netmarble, as a mobile game company, has grown to be one of the world's top mobile developers and publishers.

The King of Fighters series, meanwhile, was made by SNK, the same company that created the likes of the Fatal Fury and Samurai Showdown series. SNK was also the one who developed the Metal Slug series for both console and mobile platforms.

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