Sword of the New World Nocturnal Sonata Screenshots

Posted Wed, Jun 25, 2008 by Cody Bye

In terms of quality, few free to play massively multiplayer online games can compare to what players experience in Sword of the New World: Granado Espada. Designed by K2 Networks, SotNW burst onto the scene as a true contender for the top of the F2P market, and now those same developers have announced Nocturnal Sonata, the newest expansion for their game. The Ten Ton Hammer staff has nabbed a bundle of new screenshots from the title, along with the official press release. Enjoy!

Along with this new region, the expansion will unveil four new UPCs (Unique Player Characters have the ability to join your family as a playable character after you’ve earned their respect): Vincent Rio, a master of music where his powerful songs can harm foes and heal allies; Baek Ho, a spy from the far reaches of the East that has been trained in a Martial Arts style not seen in the west; Calypso, a royal guard and dangerous vixen with the crossbow; and Claire, daughter of the local blacksmith, she may look petite, but can handle combat with the best of them and has the ability to summon monsters.
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