The Hong Kong-based game development company, HaoPlay is rumored to launch their latest strategy RPG, Girl’s Frontline: Neural Cloud. Girl’s Frontline: Neural Cloud is a sequel of the Girls’ Frontline and will release by the early second half of this year with the existing Girls’ Frontline Korean server operators.
The new game will deal with the events before the main ‘Girls’ Frontline’ story. The game is set in a cloud network space of the virtual reality world, which has been destroyed by an accident that occurred three years ago. The professor conducted the Neural Cloud test resulted in the accident. This caused havoc and led to the world is filled with chaos, dolls, and a group of exiles.
The game combines rogue-like elements with the auto-battle genre
Girls Frontline: Neural Cloud combines the rogue-like base and the auto-battle genre. The game involves high-level strategy making, which will help players place dolls in the frontline of defense and get through the situation. Players will be able to build the exile team and increase the size of the power of the team at the same time.
Players are required to make highly effective decisions when met with stronger enemies to protect themselves and have the chance to move forward. The game will allow players to have the ultimate level of flexibility in character development, which will be rogue style and strategy making, which is supposed to bring a lot of positive changes to the development of subculture games.
Players will also be able to rebuild the city according to their preference and style; they will also have a chance to decorate the buildings, obtain rich resources and get powerful bonuses to survive in the city. Haley is currently involved in getting the Korean servers ready for usage and plans to first introduce the game in Korea by the second half of 2022.
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