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Bigpoint Unveils New Drakensang Online Trailer and Details

Posted Mon, Mar 21, 2011 by Martuk

Bigpoint has just unleashed a new trailer, revamped website and new details for their upcoming free-to-play action MMOG, Drakensang Online. The game Combines elements of action RPGs and MMOs and allows players to jump right into fast-paced fighting using a dynamic skill system. In true Bigpoint fashion, the game will look to bring its fast-paced action to your browser sometime in the future.

You can visit the official Drakensang Online website for more details and check out the official announcement and video after the break.


New Drakensang Online trailer and info

·         Extensively improved website and new trailer give inside look into combat and game world
·         Drakensang online – bridging the gap between online and action RPGs

Hamburg, March 21, 2011 – The Anderworld has cast its shadow over the once peaceful kingdom of Duria, and the descending dragon legions can only be kept at bay by combining forces! Bigpoint’s new Drakensang Online trailer (http://www.bigpoint.com/) masterfully illustrates the action-packed, online battles that players will soon face in their browsers. Loads of other game details and pictures about the free-to-play MMO await interested fantasy fans on the official website www.drakensang-online.com/. Now the community can come together on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/drakensangonline/) and Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/drakensang/) and get an exclusive behind-the-scenes glimpse into the development of Drakensang Online, for example, with the first community video filmed in the Bigpoint studio in Berlin.

Drakensang Online combines the best game elements of an action RPG with an MMORPG and makes it possible for players to enjoy all these spectacular features directly in their browser without any annoying client download or installation. Players don’t only jump into the world of Drakensang Online faster, but also experience breathtaking battles more intensely and at a quicker pace than in classic MMORPGs. The dynamic combat system based on direct collisions and hit detection will make the game more transparent, eliminating complicated stat calculations and replacing them with direct combat values. In addition to immersive duels, Drakensang Online, in contrast to standard action RPGs, emphasizes complex character development and teamwork, while delivering an in-depth and shared game experience to RPG players. In this massive world, players can meet up, get to know each other and form alliances in public spaces like the capital city of Kingshill.

A key point of interest in Drakensang Online’s development is the revised game rules, which promise RPG fans the depth of play that they’ve been hoping for, while maintaining the flexibility needed for an ever-expanding online world. The flexible skill system offers players the chance to define their own personal style of play. Players can modify their character’s basic skills through the use of different elements – turning a simple energy ball into a frostball or turn a normal explosive attack into a meteor. Each character class will have wide array of elements to choose from, which will continually be expanded upon – thus granting different skills, strengths and weaknesses to every player. This will motivate players to find other fighters who compliment each others’ skills and assemble a powerful team. Together with unique equipment for each character class, the player will be able to customize their character’s appearance and skills the way they want. Besides the endless customization options, Drakensang Online tells a profound and enthralling story. A vast sum of quests to complete, items to be found, battles to win and distant lands to explore are all part of the player’s experience in the kingdom of Duria.

More information on Bigpoint’s Drakensang Online can be found on the official website at www.drakensang-online.com/. Get a taste of the new combat system and check out the new trailer, either via the official Youtube channel (http://www.youtube.com/drakensangonline/), Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/drakensangonline/) or Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/drakensang/).

Further Links online:
- http://www.drakensang-online.com/
- http://www.facebook.com/drakensangonline/
- http://www.twitter.com/drakensang/
- http://www.bigpoint.net/
- http://www.bigpoint.com/

About Bigpoint
Bigpoint (http://www.bigpoint.com/) is an online-game developer, publisher and content provider for large media concerns. Bigpoint-developed games are played by over 180 million people in more than 25 languages, are free-to-play anytime, anywhere, and require no download or installation. The company’s portfolio includes games in a quality which until now was associated exclusively with CD or console games. Over 700 employees from some 35 countries work at the world’s largest supplier of browser-based games; at the company headquarters in Hamburg, Germany or at one of the other locations in Berlin, San Francisco and Malta. Bigpoint’s many distinctions in the industry include the Media Momentum Award’s “Fastest Growing Larger Company” and “Uniqueness of Offering” 2010, as well as the MTV Skyscraper Award for extraordinary achievement in game development. For more information or press material, please visit the press are at the www.bigpoint.net/.

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