Posted Wed, Apr 20, 2011 by Martuk
Masthead Studios is still riding high off of the February launch of their post-apocalyptic MMOG, Earthrise. But the devs haven't been resting since the game's launch and have already put out updates improving the game and adding more content. Earlier today Masthead also released two new pieces of concept art for two new vehicles that will be making their way into the game later this year. Check them out after the break.
New Earthrise Vehicle Concept Images Released
SOFIA, BULGARIA – April 20, 2011 - Masthead Studios, a leading independent developer of MMOs, today released new concept images showcasing two vehicles that will make their official debut in Earthrise in the coming months.
Earthrise is available for digital purchase at www.play-earthrise.com and through select distribution partners, including Direct2Drive. A box version is available exclusively in Europe via Iceberg Interactive.
Earthrise is a post-apocalyptic, sci-fi MMORPG set in the distant future. Featuring a unique skill-based advancement system and player-driven economy, as well as extensive, meaningful player-vs.-player combat, Earthrise gives players countless options to forge their destiny through its sandbox-style game mechanics. Whether a noble soldier in the raging conflict between the Continoma and the Noir, a criminal hiding from the law, or a world-renowned engineer whose power extends into intricate trade and politics, players’ actions will echo throughout the game world. Visit www.play-earthrise.com to learn more.
About Masthead Studios
Masthead Studios is an independent game development studio focusing on innovative, next-generation MMORPGs. The company is currently developing Earthrise, a next-generation post-apocalyptic, sci-fi MMORPG, integrating its own proprietary engine technology that is specifically designed to handle dynamic, persistent online worlds while providing top-notch graphics and realistic physics. Masthead Studios is located in the emerging technology hub of Sofia, Bulgaria, enabling the studio to leverage local and international talent. For more information please visit www.mastheadstudios.com.