Aeria Games today announced that its latest anime-style MMORPG Eden Eternal has entered Open Beta. Eden Eternal concluded its Closed Beta (CB) testing phase on Sunday night. Record-breaking participation during CB indicates that Eden Eternal is poised to become Aeria Games’ most popular title to date.

Experience Eden Eternal’s eye-catching, anime-inspired visuals while battling robust monsters, freely swapping classes, and building customized player towns. Discover the plethora of intricate in-game systems and innovative features that captured the imagination of closed beta players. Eden Eternal boasts a stunning, expansive world that exudes style and charm. Players must restore order to the citizens of a troubled region as they work to uncover their own mysterious origin.

New content in Open Beta:

Level Cap Increase – We’ve increased the level cap from 40 to 50 for Open Beta! Further boost your skills and gear and take advantage of new quests and capabilities.
Two New Classes – The level cap increase brings a new Melee DPS class and a new Magic DPS class into the player’s reach. Meet the mystical Shaman and the mighty Blade Dancer!
Six New Dungeons – Take on level 41-48 dungeons, including new instances for parties of 5! Explore the unpredictable depths where you’ll encounter new, ferocious bosses guarding exciting, rare treasures.
Win 1 Million AP – All players who reach level 30 before July 1 are eligible to win one million AP! For more details visit the Eden Eternal website.

More content is rapidly on its way to Eden Eternal, including new playable races, more classes and a host of other updates and expansions. Visit the official Eden Eternal website to download the game and to find out how to win one million Aeria Points: http://edeneternal.aeriagames.com.

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  2. MEiRi on June 21, 2011

    Aw, I didn’t know closed beta would delete my character. I got it to such a high level too. 🙁

    • Colin on June 22, 2011

      Maybe don’t get too attached to your beta character then. It happens in every beta.

  3. xirtue on June 17, 2011

    Yes, usually closed beta always wiped character data.

    This game offers a different character progression than most MMOs. You can switch out your characters job for a different one, then start leveling a different job. So basically, you have a Character Level and a Job Level. Some jobs require a combination of certain jobs that reached a specific level.

    Mainly all the jobs are-

    Warrior->Knight->Paladin
    Mage->Illusionist->Necromancer
    Thief->Martial Artist->Blade Dancer
    Archer->Engineer->Hunter
    Cleric->Bard->Shaman

    Remember, you can always switch to different jobs. So you can go from Paladin, to Warrior or Knight. Each job also has a different set of skills.

    Problems with this game are the dungeon loot, anyone can roll need for it.

    Another problem is that, most of the equips in this game do not alter character appearance, except weapons and hats. For example, if you equips boots for your class, the boots will not alter your characters appearance. However in compensation, each job receives a number of different outfits that unlock as your character progresses in levels. Item mall equips do alter appearances, such as costumes, gloves, wings, and many more.

    • Colin on June 17, 2011

      Yeah, the levelling is pretty cool. As you level your class I think you gain ‘knowledge points’ which you can apply to the talent tree.

      I was really hoping that you could gain knowledge points and apply them any tree you wanted, a bit like dragon quest 9.

      I also love the way that if you get your character class up in levels it doesn’t seem to take that long to get your class level up to the same.

  4. DarkFox on June 16, 2011

    i played the CB and i really liked it 😀
    but the problem is that the deleted my CB character -.-
    for that i hate them Q.Q
    but awesome game guyz 😀

    • Ashibayai on June 17, 2011

      Um, alot of game companies delete your character from the cbt. Elsword did it, and Grandchase. Almost every game deletes CBT characters once they enter the OBT.

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