Ar:piel KR Releases Open Beta... And A Nifty Anime Opening
A new free-to-play MMORPG from NEXON will be kicking off its Open Beta Test in South Korea on December 3rd. To celebrate the launch the company has released a new trailer highlighting some of the game’s features, including classes, battle PvE, crafting, and more.
Ar:piel is a one-quarter view MMO taking place in a school. The game boasts six animal-based classes, but only four of them are actually playable. The six classes are: Evil Engineer Squirrel, Fighter Leopard Cat, Hunter Dog, Mage Rabbit, Suppeter Sheep, and Witch Snake.
In addition to the Beta trailer, Nexon has also released a clip of the theme from its 11 episode anime based on the game.
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