Ragnarok 2 To Be Unveiled

Posted Mon, Aug 29, 2005 by Boomjack

The moment you've been waiting for is almost here! Ragnarok 2 will be released! Let's hope it promises as much shitty gameplay and eye tiring graphics as the original.
1UP is reporting that Ragnarok 2 will be revealed in all of its tramphy anime glory at the Tokyo Game Show. We are 100% absolutely confident they they may have written this:

" At the Ragnarok Festival IV held back in July, Gravity said that everyone should hold tight; they will reveal Ragnarok 2 Online at the Tokyo Game Show. Keeping good on their promise, Gravity plans to reveal the game to the public and give an announcement about the company's future plans at the show on September 16th. "

You can read the entire Ragnarok 2 Announcement at 1UP
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Free-to-play is a model that seems to be catching on quite regularly with many developers and another game you might have heard of has just joined the ranks of the free. Gravity Interactive recently announced that it has tossed out the subscription model for its MMORPG, Ragnarok Online, and not the call is out to all heroes to return to Midgard and play for free.

Players will have the option to play Ragnarok Online for free or take advantage of a VIP subscription, which will include increased experience gains, larger storage capacity, monster drops and access to special NPCs and areas. Check out the official press release after the break for more details.

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Here is the new price list:

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