Those of you in the EU are now able to capture over 300 unique dragons till your heart explodes. To celebrate the launch, Runewaker has released a new content patch which adds several highly anticipated features.

Unfortunately, for North American players, the game’s launch has been delayed. Dragon’s Prophet Community Manager, Yaviey, explains further:

“We intended to launch Dragon’s Prophet today, but after careful evaluation of the build, we decided to push the release to give us extra time to ensure a robust, solid gaming experience.”

Although, Yaviey failed to mention a new release date, she suggests players should stay tuned for updates via the game’s official forum.

If you’re in the EU, you can experience some of Dragon’s Prophet new features such as – a new level cap of 80; the new epic world boss, Lokfear the Eternal, a revamped starting zone, four new dungeons and mounted aerial combat.

The new Frontier System has also been added which lets players construct houses, form alliances with up to five guilds, engage in large scale PvP sieges and even eventually control whole territories.

To read more about the new features, you can check out the official update page here.

11 COMMENTS

  1. The game is out now for both EU and NA audiences. I’ve played beta for both and I have to say Infernum does a MUCH better job than SOE, so I recommend the EU version. My beta reward for the U.S. version was some cloak & a title. The EU version gave me those plus 500 item mall currency. I got extra backpack slots, dragon’s den slots, and bank vault slots and I didn’t pay a dime out of pocket. Also, both versions can connect to the same servers, so if you’re a U.S. player like me, I’m connected on a Dallas server & have no real lag issues. Also, if you’re registered on Infernum, they send free stuff via codes each week and have events for more free stuff. SOE just wants your money. Infernum wants you to enjoy this great game.

  2. So, does anybody know what are the restrictions of free to play? For example, are you able to have more than 2 dragons? Do they have p2w items? Or are they only cosmetic?
    If they do have to many of these restrictions I might consider playing later in the american servers, they usually are real f2p titles, like with Tera and Aion.
    Cheers.

    • Most item mall stuff are minor but useful advantages, like being able to carry more loot before having to sell it. But one real pay to win issue a lot of people have problems with, especially on the SOE side (because they charge more), is the price for the dragon slots you get. In this game, some dragons in your possession give you abilities you can set to your hotkey bar. More dragons mean more abilities, so a person in pvp with maxed out dragons has access to more powers & options than someone with just the initial 2. That’s the only real example of pay to win, but it can be noticeable in endgame.

  3. The game is very nice.I like it a lot, too bad I won’t be able to play it on my PC(GeForce GTX 560 and FX-4100) except on low settings which isn’t very amusing for me, so I’ll be sticking to Marvel Heroes, League of Legends, NFS World and DC Universe. 😀

  4. The marketing for this game has been a joke. I remember watching some official vids that were supposed to demo the game straight from the game’s YT page and in the background you can hear the girl’s skype going off, you would think you would turn that off while you’re recording or at least edit that part out.

    • Yeah, it’s developed by the company that made Runes of Magic. Runes of Magic is really low quality and horrible but Dragon’s Prophet and Runes of Magic are the only games they’ve developed. Honestly, I don’t think you should expect anything more than unprofessional behavior and a low quality buggy game.

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