A few months back, publisher WEBZEN announced that it would no longer be supporting the free-to-play MMO Elite Lord of Alliance due to poor player numbers. However, it seems that this wasn’t the end for NPICSoft’s game, as a new publisher — Game & Game — has picked the game up, going live with it today. (However, as this is being written, there does not appear to be a download button on the site.)

The game is being made available to both North and South America as well as Europe (including Russia). With the new launch, comes a variety of changes — including a level cap raise to 60. Three new dungeons have been added, as well as new Disputed Zones.

To see what the developers have been up to since we last heard the game was shutting down, head over to the new ELOA site.

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  1. Preciel on November 20, 2016

    quit coming back you garbage game lol

  2. DeathRogue on November 18, 2016

    Well Since Jesus arose from his Grave after his original Death (READ THE BIBLE dude! it is There) There are some games that made some good comebacks. 9Dragons was a pretty awesome game for its time and when the original publisher of the game Dropped it it had a Huge playerbase I was included in that player base. But when it moved I did not go with it. I never played this game but Im sure the small player base it does or did have will come right back to the game and start all over with it. unless they got the entire player base from webzen and all the data to allow them to start where they left off.

  3. Mewtwo on November 18, 2016

    Sometimes I don’t know why people would want to revive a game that has already been known to fail. Those games never get any better… Never heard of a revived MMORPG that has become successful…

    • yokki on November 18, 2016

      final fantasy
      elder scrolls

      • Mewtwo on November 18, 2016

        Hence the terms “failed” and “MMORPG”…

        As in, MMORPGs that shutdown because lack of interest/players but comes back again with still no interest.

        I mean it’s pretty obvious people loved Final Fantasy and they were willing to play a more higher graphic version of it just for the nostalgia and not so much for the old gameplay. Unless you were talking about the MMORPG: Final Fantasy XIV that never did shut down…

        • Jnzh on December 1, 2016

          Final Fantasy XIV did shut down, and was relaunched after 2 years under the name Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, which was a massive success

  4. YOHO MOHO on November 17, 2016

    It returns to die again wish it was more like jesus just die once and stay away.

    • A religious person on November 17, 2016

      Don’t bring religion into this

    • Merkadis on November 17, 2016

      Religion is a weapon, no more no less.
      Weakness of mind creates a loophole through which religion will make you it’s slave, a zealot ready to burn it’s own family if religion demands it. What a wonderful weapon, religion is.
      But i do agree this game is sh!t, only thing in it worth your time are dem party skills.

      • kekman on November 18, 2016

        the joys of being a ignorant 12 years old

        • Merkadis on November 18, 2016

          The joys of being a realistic non-fool who doesn’t rely on sky-daddy to make everything better.

          • Aazog on November 19, 2016

            yep, ignorant souns about right.

      • Miriciel on November 18, 2016

        hahaha…. fail merka.

        • Nugget on November 19, 2016

          Hahah you all fail. Feck God (not saying people should not believe, but hey..) We’re talking games here, not religion. Go pray to some invisible whatever guy is up there in your own time.

          • The One and Almighty on November 21, 2016

            Yet you’re bringing religion back in here and talking rash about it… xD

      • Tsandsoup on November 29, 2016

        In string theory, all particles are vibrations on a tiny rubber band; physics is the harmonies on the string; chemistry is the melodies we play on vibrating strings; the universe is a symphony of strings, and the ‘Mind of God’ is cosmic music resonating in 11-dimensional hyperspace.

        God is real as proven by one of the greatest physicist of this age.