Ragnarok: The Lost Memories Now Available on PC

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Ragnarok: The Lost Memories is now available on PC through Steam. Gravity Interactive announced the arrival of the port alongside the release of a trailer. The trailer features a look at various story elements. Originally released for Android and iOS devices, Ragnarok: The Lost Memories brings its hybrid of traditional RPG elements and card-based battle system to PC. However, there is no cross-play or cross-save capability.

Similar to the mobile release of the game, players will have the opportunity to join guilds and participate in more challenging battles. Ragnarok: The Lost Memories features an auto-battle and idle system as well. Like the mobile version, the PC version of the game supports the English, Spanish, and Portuguese languages. Additionally, it adds Korean and Thai language support. The game features a story set within the Ragnarok universe and has over a total of 200 dungeons.

You can watch the Ragnarok: The Lost Memories trailer below.

However, this isn’t the only recent Ragnarok title to release. Ragnarok Origin is a mobile title that puts a 3D spin on the original MMORPG. A closed beta was held in September 2021 for the Korean region. There is no word of a potential global release for the title.

Ragnarok: The Lost Memories is available for PC, and Android and iOS devices.

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