Dungeon&Fighter Mobile hits storefronts in China and tops charts

Dungeon&Fighter Mobile hits storefronts in China and tops charts


Based on the hit series from Nexon

Dungeon&Fighter Mobile hits storefronts in China and tops charts
  • Dungeon&Fighter Mobile has just hit storefronts in China and already made a major splash
  • An adaptation of the hit Nexon 2D action franchise, it’s being published by Tencent
  • Will we see a global launch? Maybe, but we don’t think it’ll be soon

Nexon’s Dungeon&Fighter Mobile today hit storefronts in China and has already taken the country’s massive mobile market by storm, topping the charts. This is despite a sudden outage of the servers due to an unprecedented level of demand.

If you’re not familiar, Dungeon&Fighter is Korean developer Nexon’s hit action RPG franchise. You probably know it from the recently-released Arc System Works (it’s still recent to me, dammit) fighting game DNF Duel, but the series has been massively popular for more than a decade.

A side-scrolling 2D action game with multiplayer elements, Dungeon&Fighter Mobile promises an evolving storyline, roleplaying elements and more, all built especially for mobile.

Down into the dungeon depths


While this may be a bit more business than you like to hear, Dungeon&Fighter hitting storefronts in China is big news. This is one of the world’s biggest mobile marketplaces, so any foreign game gaining a foothold is a major upset. Although, given that Dungeon&Fighter is being published by Chinese media giant Tencent, we shouldn’t be surprised that it’s making such an impact.

As for a global launch, well, who’s to say? Although we’d guess that it isn’t as unlikely as you might think. Tencent has already made a splash with the announcement that they’re taking the super-popular MOBA Honor of Kings worldwide.

Of course, by that same measure, we may see a significant amount of time before DNF Mobile goes global since Tencent probably want to stagger their major releases and be sure they’re ready for the global market.

Want to see what we know is going to be released soon? Then take a glance through our lists, and pay special attention to our list of the most anticipated mobile games of 2024, with all the indie releases, major launches and even some hidden gems.

Iwan Morris

Iwan Morris


Iwan is a Cardiff-based freelance writer, who joined the Pocket Gamer Biz site fresh-faced from University before moving to the Pocketgamer.com editorial team in November of 2023.

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