Secret Online Revealed, New Screenshots Added

No Longer a Secret
No Longer a Secret

For the last several months, it seems as if a new free to play MMORPG has been unveiled every other week, and this month has been no exception. The developers at Zyon Games have opened their doors and revealed their latest localization project, Secret Online, a Chinese-made MMORPG that puts the characters smack in the middle of mythological China. With an active Chinese player base of 10 million users, Zyon Game's hopes to recreate that success in North American as well, and the game is set to release in 2008. Ten Ton Hammer has acquired the official press release along with nine new screenshots, so please take your time and enjoy the presentation!

As a free-to-play massive multi-player online adventure game, Secret Online transports users into the dynamic world of ancient Chinese mythology. Featuring beautifully rendered and customizable avatars, the game offers 200 static maps as well as an infinite quest generator spanning 20 unique environmental maps. Secret Online also introduces new play features for MMO gamers, such as a persistent realm history, wherein players permanently affect the time line and events of a particular server – and thus impact the experiences and storyline of other gamers in the same realm.

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