Open World Dinosaur-Themed MMORPG ‘Durango’ Gets Another New Trailer for E3

We’ve been following the progress of Durango, the upcoming mobile MMORPG that takes place in a dinosaur-populated open-world, ever since its first announcement in the fall of 2015. In the year that followed news on Durango was sparse, but late last year developers Nexon and What! Studio ran a limited beta test and that early version of the game seemed to be quite positively received. After dropping a new teaser trailer last week in anticipation of E3, the developers have now launched a more fleshed-out trailer showing off Durango and the many things you can do in this wild game world.

Yes, you saw that correctly. A team of players did indeed bust out into a crazy electric guitar dance party. That’s a thing you can do in Durango! I’m not a big MMORPG guy, but I have to say that I’m really intrigued by Durango and the many possibilities for adventure that it promises. And beyond all the dinosaur fighting and/or taming, you can build up your settlement, farm and harvest resources, craft stuff, and of course go fishing, which is an activity that should be in every video game without exception. It’s been a long time coming but it feels like Durango is finally getting close to completion, but unfortunately we’re still stuck with the nebulous “coming soon” release window.

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E3 2017: Nexon’s ‘Durango’ exiting long development, releases for iOS in tail-end of 2017

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Nexon’s survival title "Durango" has made an appearance at the 2017 E3, showing off a combination of isometric role-playing and survival in a creature-infested post-apocalyptic world.
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‘Durango’ Has a New Trailer Out, Game Apparently Coming “Soon”

Durango, the dinosaur-populated MMORPG, has been in development for around three years (including a short beta test), and it appears that it’s finally getting closer to release. Durango is a very ambitious game that offers players an open-world sandbox where they can do pretty much anything they want. They can cultivate and evolve the wilderness in order to survive, build whole villages to share with other players, join or even create clans for added security, engage in PvP or Clan Vs Clan battles, and all kinds of other activities. There’s also farming, cooking, trading, and a variety of other activities that should make living in the world of Durango entertaining.

The game is procedurally generated and has a massive world for players to explore. At least that’s what the developers are claiming; it remains to be seen whether that world is actually interesting enough to warrant exploration. The game is getting closer to release (although no date yet) and will be playable at E3 next week.

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