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K2 Network, Inc. is a computer game service company in Irvine, California. K2 Network brings games from Asia and services them for North American, South American, and European markets. In addition to providing localized game versions, its other services include community management and customer support. K2 Network was founded in 2001 on the belief that "the community experience of Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOG’s) will become one of the most significant forms of entertainment in the 21st century.
Founded on 1/1/2001
War Rock is a FPS (first-person shooter) that allows players to create characters that level up in rank and gain access to new weapons, thus giving a similar feel of character development to the classic RPG. War Rock was released by K2 Network on February 7, 2007.
Known as Granado Espada in the original Korean version, this highly-anticipated title launched in the summer of 2007. Sword won the 2006 Korean awards for Best Graphics and Game of the Year, and has many new features previously unseen in an MMORPG such as the ability for players to control multiple characters at the same time. Sword of the New World also has a very different art style based on the Baroque period of Europe, a unique bit of distinction from the standard “swords and sorcery” fantasy themes of the genre.
MKZ is a massively multiplayer first-person shooter. Private military companies have evolved into political corporations that wield their own powerful military in an effort to control the world. Players can master more than a dozen land and air vehicles of war or take to foot and utilize stealth to sabotage the steel behemoths piloted by enemies.Players can increase military rank and utilize the spoils of victory to purchase high‐tech equipment to fight against the corporations and recruit and build their own regime to overtake power.
GamersFirst has decided to quit the MKZ project.
9Dragons is martial arts MMO set during ancient China during The Ming Dynasty. Players can choose to be in one of nine clans, each with their own unique fighting style, history and philosophies. While fighting alongside clan members for supremacy of the land, characters will learn different Kung Fu skill sets to take battle with rival hero clans in the Storm vs. Storm battlegrounds. Choose from 4 different roles in 6 different Clans, or choose no clan or specific role and be a traveling vagabond. The road to becoming a Kung Fu Master cultivates with a Master & Disciple where a player can train under another player, or take on a pupil of your own.
K2 Network acquired APB: All Points Bulletin on November 11, 2010 for £1.5 million and stated that there is a "possibility that the shooter may be up and running again in the first half of 2011." The open beta has been released on May 23, 2011.
K2 Network subsidiary Reloaded Productions, developers of APB: Reloaded, acquired Fallen Earth on June 16, 2011. The game has launched the tiered subscription model (with the lowest tier being free) on the 12th of October 2011, retaining its original name without the addition of ":Reloaded", as was speculated.