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Human Element being published by Nexon on PC

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The Windows PC version of Robotoki's survival title Human Element will be published by Nexon, the latter company announced today.

Nexon, a Korean publisher headquartered in Tokyo, has secured worldwide publishing rights for Human Element on PC. In February 2013, Nexon announced that it had invested in Robotoki for an undisclosed sum, making it a "strategic partner" of the Los Angeles-based studio. Nexon publishes a variety of online titles such as MapleStory and Vindictus.

Human Element is also in development on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at Robotoki. All three versions are being made in Crytek's CryEngine, the studio announced in March. Originally, Robotoki was making an episodic prequel series exclusively on the Ouya, but the company quickly canceled that project to focus on the console/PC title. In addition, Robotoki said that it's working on a companion experience for mobile devices.

A first-person open-world survival game, Human Element tasks players with rebuilding society 35 years after a zombie apocalypse. The PC version is set for release in November 2015.

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