The Big Bang is the largest single update to ever come to MapleStory and is more than just another content update. It is a great opportunity to revisit the basic underpinnings and reorganize the inner workings of the game to make it more flexible and modern. The Big Bang will take everything players know about MapleStory and rewrite it down to its most basic level.
Three steps to a whole new experience The Big Bang update will launch in July and enhance the MapleStory experience players are currently enjoying. The update not only brings a number of changes and additions to the game but also comes in three stages. The first update is called Big Bang and will arrive on the 21st of July, the 2nd stage will be released two weeks later and the 3rd stage of the update will hit in another two weeks time. With all the new additions to the game, players of MapleStory won’t forget this eventful summer.
The new MapleStory New maps, a completely redesigned interface and skill system, an updated combat formula and easier leveling are just a few of the big amount of changes, MapleStory players will face this summer. The focus was to help as many players as possible experience the varied content of MapleStory that Nexon developed the last 5 years.
Plenty of fun and joy “We are very pleased to announce that Big Bang is coming in less than a month. With the Big Bang update, users will experience a whole new MapleStory with plenty of fun and joy and we hope our dear Maplers will indulge themselves to MapleStory during this summer season”, says Sungjin Kim, CEO of Nexon Europe.
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