Huxley Now Taking Beta Signups
NHN USA is working hard on the upcoming MMO first person shooter that glorifies fast-paced twitch-based play. Huxley: The Dystopia will face players off in a realistic and rich environment...
NHN USA is working hard on the upcoming MMO first person shooter that glorifies fast-paced twitch-based play. Huxley: The Dystopia will face players off in a realistic and rich environment leaving them to battle it out in a war-torn world. Huxley is still in development, but players can hope to get a early first peek by signing up for closed beta. Read on for more information or visit the official Huxley website here.
The dream game for twitch-heavy first-person shooter (FPS) players looking for the character development and community found in massively multi-player online (MMO) games is within reach. Huxley: The Dystopia kicked-off the second phase of its teaser Web site, marking the beginning of closed beta testing signups for ijji.coms first-of-its-kind Unreal Engine 3-based MMOFPS. Now eager players can enter their names for a chance to be among the first to try Huxley: The Dystopia.
The Huxley: The Dystopia sites new additions also boast a variety of previously unseen surprises and tidbits about the game. New items include videos, access to forums, screenshots, character descriptions, storyline background, and much more.
Huxley: The Dystopia is ready to reveal what it has evolved into, and we want our community to be the first to see the great progress weve made gearing up for the games launch, said Philip Yun, CEO, NHN USA, Inc. As just talking about the game doesnt do it justice, we are excited to invite players in to see exactly how we brought together elements of FPS fast action and MMOs character development, combining it all within a intricate storyline with stunning visuals.
Huxley: The Dystopia is a powerful combination of massively multi-player online (MMO) game character development elements and the twitch-based fast-action game play of an Unreal Engine 3-based first person shooter (FPS). Players are thrust into a dynamic world of crisp graphics and realistic environments, where they align themselves with one of two races, Sapiens or Alternatives, in the battle to harness dwindling resources in a war-torn land. Game play is endlessly peppered with attacks from and against the Hybrid, a mysterious third group born of the two races.
Huxley fans, game enthusiasts and anyone curious to find out more can check out the teaser Web site at http://huxley.ijji.com.
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