About this game:
In Quest mode, players, in a group of up to four members, go through parts of a map for a certain number of stages, which are determined by the quest level. In ...In Quest mode, players, in a group of up to four members, go through parts of a map for a certain number of stages, which are determined by the quest level. In each stage, players are required to kill masses of creatures, and the game ends when every member of the player team dies or completes all of the stages. Quests can take place in the Prison, Mansion, or Dungeon map.
Players can make the quests tougher and more profitable by using special quest items to increase the quest level that can be bought from the in-game store or obtained during a quest. Quest items in-game are stored in glowing chests randomly placed around the map; certain items may be dropped depending on the monster killed. Players run through these to obtain an item randomly selected from the possibilities of that monster. The items obtained depend on the level of the character and whatever quest items are in use. By sacrificing certain items in combination, players can enter a boss quest. These items are normally obtained through defeated monsters or through the in-game shop. The quest system was designed to reduce the amount of time needed to prepare for boss raids that are typical in many other online games.
GunZ's networking system in most parts of the game is peer to peer. Players connect to other players through their client, instead of through a central server.
The closed beta for ijji GunZ ended on November 15, 2006. ijji GunZ subsequently went live on November 29, 2006. The live service included clan wars and quest mode. The premium item shop was opened on January 8, 2007. Quest mode was updated on February 14th, 2007. New sounds and voice narrations were added to the game on May 9, 2007.View more