Gravity Interactive

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Gravity Interactive, Inc.
Type Private (subsidiary of GRAVITY Co., Ltd.)
Industry Video games
Founded March, 2003
Headquarters Buena Park, California
Area served North America
Services Video game Publishing
Website http://www.warpportal.com/

Founded in March 2003, Gravity Interactive LLC was created to host games for North America developed by GRAVITY Co., Ltd.. It is based in Buena Park near Orange County, California. Gravity was initially provided with several servers from Gravity Co.,[1] and began beta testing of the International Ragnarok Online (iRO) service in 2003.[2] Commercial service subsequently began on June 1, 2003. In 2005, Gravity also began hosting the North American version of ROSE Online (naROSE). On January 1, 2006, Gravity Interactive LLC became Gravity Interactive, Inc.[3] In February 2008, Gravity began beta testing its third MMORPG, Requiem: Bloodymare.[4] Around mid to late 2012 Gravity began beta testing its fourth MMORPG, Maestia: Rise Of Keledus. In April 2013, Gravity began beta testing the second title in the Ragnarok Online series. Ragnarok Online 2 was launched in May of 2013 and also available on Steam.[5]

PC Games[edit]

Games which Gravity Interactive currently offers include:

Games which Gravity Interactive previously offered include:

Mobile Games[edit]

Games which Gravity Interactive currently offers include:

L5 Games[edit]

In 2007, Gravity founded a new game developer, L5 Games. Its employees consisted of those formerly employed by Blizzard Entertainment. This subsidiary of Gravity Interactive, rather than GRAVITY Co., Ltd., was formed to develop games for the North American market.[6] L5 Games went into liquidation in August 2008.

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