One of China’s leading internet and online game services providers, NetEase, celebrated its diversified portfolio of existing and upcoming PC and mobile games at its Sixth Annual Product Launch event on Wednesday.
The online event showcased layouts and plans for over 60 products. The Company also reiterated its commitment to being a highly user-oriented content provider and its strategic plans to increase its visibility and become a leader in the global online games market.
Some highlights from the event include:NetEase revealed more details about its mobile games under strategic partnerships with world-renowned IP owners including Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Pokémon Company and CCP Games. Highly anticipated titles showcased for global players were Harry Potter: Magic Awakened, Pokémon Quest, and EVE: Echoes.
NetEase is further leveraging its self-developed IP and introducing more innovative new storylines to continuously enhance the popularity of its games with players. For example, NetEase unveiled two new Onmyoji spin-off games at the event: Onmyoji Idol Project (a simulation game) and Project: World (a role-playing game).
The Company continued to expand and cultivate its legacy game franchises including the Fantasy Westward Journey, Westward Journey, Ghost, Tianxia and Justice franchises, with exciting new expansion packs, themed-tournaments, cross-IP collaborations with popular content owners and other efforts.
NetEase introduced several brand-new titles across a variety of genres for the domestic market, such as Code: T (a simulation game), EGO Effect (a role-playing game), The Ragnarök (a role-playing game), Ace Racer (a racing game), and Westworld: Awakening (a VR game).