A world-class professional gamer is murdered over a prize money but is immediately given a job as a beta tester by a suspicious afterlife company. His job is to explore and find flaws within the New World, project name ‘Dungeon,’ which is set to launch after the scheduled Apocalypse in the next two millennia. In return for his service, he may acquire a share of the New World and become a deity of his own, if all things go well, that is. But this is no game, and the protagonist has to do his best just to stay alive in an unbalanced, perilous environment of the Dungeon filled with hostile monsters and antagonistic individuals. He starts out with nothing but a bow and a dozen arrows, and his only silver-lining is that he has a special ability to steal an enemy’s skills upon critical hits. Freshly code-named Beta, the protagonist sets out his adventure in the Dungeon.
The story revolves around a family full of spies except one who is the protagonist & the youngest son of the family. One day tragically his whole family is brutally murdered from that day the protagonist is working hard to get to those criminals to get the revenge.
The world was no longer as it was before. Though it was still too far-fetched to claim that life was gone, it was easily said that in the least, morals were. Those who held high positions in the government bought their way to the top. Their tongues hung from their lips like savaged dogs with only money, greed, and power in their eyes. Underneath the foundation of nations, the truth was that a war was brewing, and the citizens whose lives would be sacrificed were none the wiser of their forced fate. With the launch of a full-body VR set by the name of VR Office, gamers and consumers alike were engulfed in an addiction of virtual reality. Released by a company called EOI, the only game made compatible with the Office was “After World”. Those who were skilled quickly made a name for themselves, and those who weren't played whatever methods possible to rank among the best. If only those kids knew how much they would regret that choice. All contenders within the top class were forcibly recruited into a game where there would be no second chances. They would learn that in reality, war was no playing field, and death remained permanent