Ntreev devoured by SG Interactive

So Ntreev is no more! It’s been picked up by SG Interactive. I thought this was some Singapore company but after checking some stuff it looks like it’s the korean company Smilegate (which makes more sense.) SG Interactive might be the US branch. So far the only thing this company has going for them is some Chinese FPS game called Cross-Fire. Perhaps this will be similar to how Galaxy Games took over Pangya when GOA fell apart.


Korean SG building

I guess ultimately my question is – will this be a good or bad move for Pangya? I couldn’t care less about Trickster or Grand-Chase but could it possibly be that maybe they will finally listen to the users? That they will improve Gacha rates and papel shop rates? That they will allow us to trade gacha items like GG did? That they will bring us more events and get us up to date with Japan? (SG’s site has English, Japanese and Chinese language links but they are inactive atm.)  Or will this create an even bigger wall between the player base and the management? Also since GOA and Ntreev are both out of the picture, will they maybe lift the Euro-ban?

I guess only time will tell… 😐


7 thoughts on “Ntreev devoured by SG Interactive”

    新しい会社は新しいゲームがくるかもしれない。おまけもしかしてパンヤの状態もよくなるかも? 悪くなるかもしれないけどねww

  2. As everyone else, I’m really really really hoping things will get better. I haven’t really experienced the ‘ngreed’ part, as I never played gatcha nor scratchies (I don’t believe spending real money on games like this). I would like to see these event items tradeable and better odds in papel shop.

    Anyway, praying for the best!

  3. Smilegate picking up Ntreev may not mean much for us in the boondocks – they may just be content to rename our guys Smilegate USA and business as usual.

  4. My only worry with companies who try to be too ambitious are ultimately money focused and the results may be worse than what we had with Ntreev & OGplanet combined =_=; I’m hoping for the best and preparing for the worst

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