Eligium
Frogster will present a world premiere at Gamescom 2011, as the company unveils its new title, Eligium – The Chosen One, a fantasy online RPG licensed from Shanda Games for North America and Europe. This will be the first opportunity for the public and members of the media to see the game in action as Frogster prepares to launch the MMORPG early next year. Also on display at Stand B-011/C-010 in Hall 9.1 will be Runes of Magic’s recently launched fourth chapter ‘Lands of Despair’.

Eligium – The Chosen One will bring players face-to-face with hordes of demons returning to the surface from their centuries long exile underground, which are intent on spreading fear and terror among the surface-dwellers. It’s now in the hands of the chosen one to reunite the five human nations and stand up to the evil forces rising from below. Eligium – The Chosen One features an atmospheric game world, gloomy dungeons with demanding boss battles and large scale raids, an ingenious PvP and ranking system, open world events, an interesting item upgrade system, and mounts that players can train and watch grow Eligium – The Chosen One offers a world of opportunities and challenges for all kinds of discerning players.

Former GIGA TV hosts, Florian Kamolz and Michael Bister, will present a diverse program on stage at the Frogster booth highlighting Frogster and Gameforge’s game line-up. Players will get their first glimpse of Tergothen Bay, the brand new region in Runes of Magic. There will be regular dungeon runs giving MMO players a chance to get loads of TERA, Eligium – The Chosen One, and Runes of Magic merchandise. At 4:00 P.M. every day particularly special items are up for grabs.

Eligium – The Chosen One is slated for release in the first quartile of 2012. Additional information on the conference program of events will soon be available online at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Eligium/256385357711006

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  1. ed on July 22, 2011

    I am always on the look for something different and exciting,Im playing rappelZ,and i do like this game,But love a dungeon crawler.Lots of different monsters,Weapons and spells.Im old school,what can i say.

  2. Etakon on July 22, 2011

    apb is different and fun

  3. Paul on July 22, 2011

    This game is fun. I really dont understand why they make so many skill cap at 50. I would like to see crafting inprove. The pet skill are so slow. Why do they make ore, wood, and urebs a skill then make it so you have to choose only one at level 60. You have a skill that perty much stops at 60 because you cant gather the stuff you need for it then refine it.

    • random714 on July 22, 2011

      I think crafting is a MUST in every mmo, my expectations were put too high by playing runescape. that game is bad quality graphics, but excellent variety in things to do and quests!

  4. matt on July 21, 2011

    has anyone played demon souls? cause that game has awesome game play for a game. it takes so much skill to actually get far in it. we need something just like that in a mmo. where it takes more than just click and wait for ur character to finish attacking.

  5. matt on July 21, 2011

    well idk about this game. hopefully it isnt the same thing as every other mmo. we need something new in the mmos.

    • Lanzarote on July 21, 2011

      yes… we do need new thins… in my opinion, Continentg of the Ninth (C9), Age of Wulin… and Dungeon of Dragons Online ^^

      The old clasic of Click and Slash its boring now… =(

      • Aineam on July 22, 2011

        Guild Wars 2 will be revolutionary 🙂

        • Lanzarote on July 22, 2011

          Yes guld Wars 2 may be a great game, but this is a web dedicated to Free to Play, and the games that i mentined are the 3, Free to Donwload and Free to Play… GW 2 is Buy to Play, sadly =(

          • Kesst on July 22, 2011

            Dude Support Good things, I prefer paying once than paying every month… GW2 is gonna be awesome.

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