Blades of Legends Online, in view of the hit MMO Gu Jian Qi Tan Online, will be delivered in English, French, and German.
One of China’s most mainstream MMOs, Gu Jian Qi Tan Online, is going toward the West not long from now. Entitled Swords of Legends Online, the “completely remastered and improved” variant of the game will investigate the immortal conflict between the powers of light and obscurity, battled by those couple of picked by the incredible (and ideally figurative) blade covered profound inside themselves.
Blades of Legends Online will offer six playable classes—Reaper, Summoner, Bard, Spellsword, Berserker, and Spearmaster—each with its own novel arms stockpile, story, and style of play. As the game advances, two specializations for each class will open up, making the way for significantly more remarkable abilities and capacities. The activity will unfurl across solo journeys and multiplayer prisons, 20-player attacks, and various PvP modes, every last bit of it worked out of old Chinese legends and folklore. Personal time can be appreciated from player lodging situated on islands that glide high in the sky.
“The overwhelmingly sure gathering the game has gotten in China has filled us with fervor; it is a demonstration of the difficult work and devotion of the improvement group,” said Jason Xue, VP of co-engineer Wangyuan Shengtang. “We are glad to have at last discovered an accomplice who spends significant time in carrying MMORPGs to Western crowds, and we are anxious to invite those crowds into the universe of Swords of Legends Online.”
That accomplice is Gameforge, which distributes other MMOs including Tera, Metin 2, and Aion. “At the point when I originally experienced Swords of Legends Online, I couldn’t resist the opportunity to fall head over heels in love for the stunning and one of a kind visuals, enamoring story, and convincing interactivity,” Gamerforge boss item official Tomislav Perkovic said. “I realized that we needed to quickly carry this captivating title to a more extensive local area of major parts in different areas.”
Blades of Legends Online will be accessible in three separate releases going from $40/€40 to $100/€100 on Steam, Epic, and straightforwardly from Gameforge. Pre-buying will concede you reward in-game beauty care products, admittance to shut beta tests, and an opportunity to save your character name in front of dispatch. For more data, hit up gameforge.com.