Highly-anticipated MMORPG <Tree of Savior> revealed in-game play trailer for the first time on its official blog last week. The released trailers show battle systems and in-game pet system ‘companioin.’
Players can hold a sub-weapon such as shield, dagger, or other magic items not for battle on left hand. Depending on what off-hand item you hold, battle style totally changes regardless of classes.
With a shield, you can be a traditional tanker by blocking a enemy’s attack while you can kill monsters faster with a dagger. A magic fan can create storms that thrust enemies away from you, and an umbrella or a bubble making toy may do nothing, really nothing.
‘Companion’ is simply a pet system of other MMORPG. Players can raise companion by feeding and stroking them with love. Some companions may fight along with you or let you mount themselves if they think you are a trustworthy friend. So, they are not just a pet, mount, or something that damages monster along with you. They are literally companion of yours. They may equip items as well later.
XL Games’ highly anticipated MMORPG <Civilization Online> is kicking off its first CBT on 27th. As you noticed from its title, the game is based on Sid Meier’s Civilization series. Grammy awarded song <Baba Yetu>’s compsoer Christopher Tin also participated in the game by composing another Civilization game main theme song called Song of the Moutain.
XL Games released a promotional trailer and announced the first CBT schedule today. The test will take place for a week from May 27 to June 1, recruiting 10,000 testers with Windows 7 64bit OS only. Testers can choose one out of four civilizations and live as a farmer, miner, engineer, etc.
The developer is trying to make maximum 3,000 players interact simultaneously in a session. As you meet certain goals for each session, the session concludes with rewards and next session gets started.
Game focus in strategic party play controlling both the Hero and soul soldiers of the player’s choice.
Game developer Webzen tries their hand in the mobile gaming market using one of their most successful title, <MU>. Let us take a look at their teaser trailer for the upcoming mobile title <Mu: The Genesis>.
Developed by Webzen Mobile, one of Webzen’s subsidiaries, this teaser trailer was released to the public on September 30th. <MU: The Genesis> is a mobile RPG that continues on the legacy of the Korean MMORPG <MU>.
Viewers are able to witness the fight between one of the game characters “Pan” and a monster that had jumped out of the computer monitor screen. Pan summons his soul soldiers, corners the monster, then eventually pushes the monster into the iPhone on the desk. The teaser trailer ends with Pan jumping into the iPhone himself.
<MU: The Genesis> plans to make the strategic gameplay of the hero and its soul soldiers the main feature of the game. Players are able choose how to develop their heroes as well as to choose their own soul soldiers in order to have a truly unique experience. The main contents of the game include a campaign mode that progresses the player along a sequence of stages, a battle mode that allows free combat with adjustable difficulty, and event dungeons that become accessible during specific time periods.
<MU: The Genesis> is set to release more information on October 14th. All the recent game related news and notices are released via the official teaser site (http://mtg.webzen.co.kr/), and players are also able to subscribe to receive these via SNS updates.
Blade&Soul OBT will be started from the 21st of June. NCSoft was already held the event that users could choose a server and create a character through the last weekend. During the event, 13 servers were full. Fatigue system that players blamed the most during the 3rd CBT has been deleted.
New contents for OBT have not been revealed much yet. Users already experienced much better customizing options for creating characters during the last weekend.
NCSoft released the brand new trailer for OBT as well.