Diverse Order is now available in its home country of Korea, having launched 1 December 2021. As is usually the case, there will be events for players to participate in to obtain whatever rewards that are up for grabs. For starters, there will be log in rewards across seven days for resources, and a “lucky draw” for even more goodies.
The official Naver page has begun publishing official Diverse Order webtoons with its launch in Korea, for more of the fun side content. Additionally, you can check out the game’s official website here, where you can find overviews of the setting and characters.
From the rough machine translations, it seems that the world has pretty much fallen into some form of dystopia, with factions all vying for supremacy, and apparently vampires. There are quite a lot of factions listed on the website, referred to by their given English names: Assault Above, Hellbans, Midnight Blood Train, Meloxican, QueenVille, Unknown, DreamStar, Anima Caravan, Justice Anchor, Paradise Lagoon, Side Abone and Shirak. The website offers short overviews on what they stand for, and who are part of it.
As for the game itself, it features side-scrolling battle sections and strategic base building / resource gathering-like elements, the typical simulation busy work.