At the Deutschen Gamestage 2011 convention in Berlin, Bigpoint announced the launch of Drakensang Online’s Open Beta in June. June’s international release will be offered in five different languages including German, English, French, Spanish and Italian. Further languages will join soon, resulting in nearly 30 different languages by the year’s end.
Drakensang Online is not only reinventing the Drakensang saga but also thrilling MMO gamers and fantasy fans alike with its innovative gaming model: A free-to-play online game that can be played directly in your browser without having to install a client in advance. Selected players have already had the pleasure of testing the limited-time Closed Beta and were given the task of smoothing out all the bugs to get the game ready for the official release.
Together with friends and fellow gaming enthusiasts, gamers can immerse themselves into the epic world of Drakensang Online, playing as either a Dragonknight or Spellweaver and enjoying over 100 hours of gaming content. Taking on numerous opponents and menacing monsters from the Anderworld, gamers will have to come together if they wish to master the treacherous dungeons and tricky quests. Extensive updates, tailored to fit the community’s needs, will be added to the game on a regular basis and introduce interesting surprises such as new regions, dungeons or classes.
Players can register to play Drakensang Online’s Closed Beta http://www.drakensang-online.com/. Starting in June, fantasy fans and MMO gamers can start playing the free-to-play Open Beta for Drakensang Online.