NEXON Europe announced today the launch of the in-game wedding system and a special event to celebrate the Dutch Queen’s Day.
Couples who are ready to say “I do” can now visit the Wedding Town “Amoria” and celebrate a romantic wedding of their own, witnessed by fellow players who have received an invitation by the bride and groom. But before they can walk down the aisle, couples have to complete various quests and different types of wedding tickets can be purchased from the in-game Cash Shop to prepare a ceremony after their fancy and budget.
Now having placed as an anticipated tradition, MapleStory Europe continues this year with celebrating the Dutch Queen’s Day as part of its series of special events based on major European cultural festivals. During this 3-week event, all trading activities within the game will be free of charge and players will receive a special discount when creating a guild or changing the guild emblem to cherish the traditional “Free Market” being held all over the country on Queen’s Day.
Players can further participate at a special event quest to be picked up by the ever-present Event-NPC Charles, who will send players to a huge special Tulip Map to master a few tasks for him.
MapleStory originally launched in South Korea in April 2003 and quickly went on to become one of the most successful online games of all time, with over 92million registered accounts across the world. MapleStory Europe, which launched in May 2007, is the latest iteration of the completely free to play franchise, and offers gamers in Europe the chance to play MapleStory in five different languages – English, French, German, Spanish and Dutch.