Gamania Digital Entertainment announced that it has begun Closed Beta registration for its upcoming free-to-play, 3D fantasy MMORPG, Divina. Scheduled for commercial release in late 2012, the Closed Beta is expected to begin during the second quarter of this year.

Set in a vibrant fantasy world filled with Gods, Demons, and mythological creatures, players begin the game with the land recently torn asunder by Ragnarok, triggered by the death of Yggdrasil, the World Tree. In order to save the World Tree and life as they know it, the chosen heroes must travel back in time on an epic quest to prevent Ragnarok from ever happening. They’ll explore the world of Divina, uncover the truth behind the war between the Gods and Demons, and eventually be faced with the ultimate decision – save themselves or save the world?

Divina is a content-rich MMO filled with thousands of quests, unique characters, exciting open world Player versus Player (PvP) combat, and numerous fun features. Gamania is highlighting three key systems:

Quick Change System: Using Exchange Points (EP), players can instantly swap between a Main Class and Sub Class at any time – even in battle. The Quick Change system adds significant depth to combat, as complimenting classes must be carefully paired and Quick Changes used strategically – it can mean the difference between victory and defeat.

Sidekick System: Adventurers are accompanied by a trustworthy Sidekick of their choice that can be evolved in unique ways through player interaction. Much more than a pet, Sidekicks are an essential companion in battle and gain levels, classes, attributes and skills just like a normal character.

Creature Tome System: Throughout the world of Divina, there are hundreds of monsters to be researched and collected in the Creature Tome. Once fully researched, players can activate a special transformation ability and play as the monster in battle.

Players can sign up now at the newly-launched official website: http://us.beanfun.com/divina/overview/

9 COMMENTS

  1. The classes aren’t gender locked.
    The character randomly talks or chants when using skills and most of the NPCs talk like in Ether Saga.
    I remember playing the Japanese version I believe my character said roughly “Let’s do this..” or something. Not really good at Japanese.

  2. It looks like its gender locked. If you look at the site and at the classes section, each class have names, usually when I see this in other MMOs or games usually its gender locked.

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