PUBG Maker Announces A.I.R. MMORPG!

PUBG Maker Announces A.I.R. MMORPG!

Last updated on November 23rd, 2017

A new game from Bluehole Studio, the developer of the insanely popular PUBG  (PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds) multiplayer game, recently announced a new game that’s coming.

From PUBG To A.I.R.

Called A.I.R.  or Ascent: Infinite Realm,  this upcoming title is an MMORPG set in a world that’s meshed between steampunk and high fantasy genres, and it is described as a “groundbreaking new MMORPG”. It will be published by Kakao Games, who also published TERA Online  and Black Desert Online.


A lengthy and dense five minute trailer was released, showcasing a spectacle of gameplay, locations, enemies, mini-games and such that players can engage in. As the game’s acronym suggests, there will be flying in the game. Lots of it.

From traversing between regions, to more mini-games and just plain old airships. Dragons are also shown, swooping down for attacks to reign terror. This is just the tip of the iceberg and it’d be best to just witness the trailer for yourself, down below:

Ascent: Infinite Realm has a beta planned for release in the first half of 2018 and you can sign up right now at its official website for a chance to win a beta key.

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6 comments on “PUBG Maker Announces A.I.R. MMORPG!”

  1. Avatar EldritchImagination says:


  2. Avatar Fexelea says:

    This looks quite interesting :)

  3. Avatar announakis says:

    korean mmo hey?

  4. Avatar Fallenangel700 says:

    I’m typically not a fan of MMOs but this seems like something to keep an eye on.

  5. Anonymous says:

    someone know the releasedate of the beta tester keys?

  6. Avatar BobTheHollow says:

    I’ve always had an itch for a good MMO but they were always ultimately disappointing. The closes I got to scratching that itch was while playing FFXIV and GW2. Let’s hope that by "groundbreaking" they don’t mean just "more stuff," which is what many games seem to think nowadays. This one seems to put a lot of emphasis on air combat, earning its title, and a lot of "warring" content. The former, to me, would be akin to a gimmick, something to peak your interest but not enough to keep it. The latter, should they prove able to make good use of it, could be something to set it apart if they can manage to make it feel like you’re part of an actual, ongoing war.

    It looks awesome and I’ve signed up for the beta. I hope it’s good but, if I’m to be honest, my hopes aren’t all that high at the moment.

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