Solo Leveling: ARISE Coming to Steam

    Steam version lurks in the shadows for now.

    Following the launch of Solo Leveling: ARISE on mobile platforms and PC, Netmarble announced the new action RPG is coming to Steam. The Steam page lists a Q3 2024 release window.

    Final Weapon’s Solo Leveling: ARISE review delves deeper into the game’s story mode, combat system, and features, which altogether present a very compelling game. Fans of the anime and webtoon will have a great time with Solo Leveling: ARISE while waiting for the start of Solo Leveling Season 2 in the future.

    Solo Leveling: ARISE Steam Version Confirmed

    The Steam page for Solo Leveling: ARISE is now live, confirming partial controller support with Xbox controllers for this particular version. The Steam version will support the following language options when it releases:

    • English (Full Audio)
    • Korean (Full Audio)
    • French 
    • Italian
    • German
    • Spanish – Spain
    • Russian
    • Indonesian
    • Japanese (Full Audio)
    • Simplified Chinese 
    • Traditional Chinese
    • Thai 
    • Portuguese – Portugal

    Solo Leveling: ARISE is available right now for Android, iOS, and PC. Several events are now live in the game to celebrate the launch, including 7-Day Gift! Check-In Event, Radiant Battlefield Dancer! Rate Up Draw Event for Cha Hae-In, Cha Hae-In Rate Up Celebration! Pick the Best Dancer, Dice Event, Points Event. 

    Watch the launch trailer below: 

    “The fan response worldwide to Solo Leveling: ARISE has been astounding, and we are thrilled to officially launch the game to a wide audience,” said Young-sig Kwon, CEO of Netmarble. “Our passionate team of developers created something very special that we hope all fans can now enjoy. We look forward to the community experiencing this latest telling of Sung Jinwoo’s story as they level up through the Hunter ranks.”

    Fans may also look forward to “The Leveling of Solo Leveling,” a two-part documentary series by Crunchyroll and Paris-based production company AllSo. The documentary was shot in Korea and Japan with several interviews from key staff and fans of the series. 

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected] | Muck Rack:

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