Ready for that anime-inspired free-to-play MMORPG to finally make its way over from Korea to Western shores? No, we’re not talking about … well, probably anything you’ve ever heard of.

Instead, it’s Tartaros Rebirth, developed by INTIVSoft and soon to be available via GamenGame. It originally launched all the way back in the latter part of last decade; MMOs.com says 2009, but I can see YouTube videos of the game from 2008. It looks like pretty standard hack-and-slash fare, with graphics befitting its nearly decade-old status. The English in the trailer — “Now, it’s your turn to leave!” — also speaks to its high quality.

The description of the teaser video lists several of the game’s features:

Multi Characters Control: You can control multiple characters at once! Don’t worry. Controls are easy to learn, attractive for both hardcore and casual players. Control more than 3 characters during Team Battle (in Battle Mode) Also, you can control the main character only.

Scenario Mode: You can feel the classic nostalgia of a story-driven RPG, Just like you are playing JRPG games in Scenario Mode, You can explore the stories of each of the nine characters.

Mission Mode: Just like the other MMORPG games, you can also grow your character through Mission Mode. Quests from the Mission Mode can be solved solely or with your team members. Build up your community by joining parties, for your Guild. Enjoy three types of Missions: Cooperative Mission, Special Mission and Limited Mission.

Battle Mode: Show off your equipment and your skills. Defeat your opponents. Along with the victory, you can acquire Training Points and Weapon Exp. Know your characters and your opponent’s characters, victory is yours. If you are looking for Anime MMORPG game to enjoy, feel free to come and adventure the vast world of Tartaros.

You’ll be able to try Tartaros Rebirth when it goes live in November.

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Jason Winter is a veteran gaming journalist, he brings a wide range of experience to MMOBomb, including two years with Beckett Media where he served as the editor of the leading gaming magazine Massive Online Gamer. He has also written professionally for several gaming websites.

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  1. Antarian on August 15, 2017

    I usually don’t do anime mmorpg’s, but this actually sort of fun. We’ll have to see in time.

  2. lul on August 14, 2017

    S-S-S-S-SKIP

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