Is TERA no longer your cup of action-MMO tea? If so, En Masse Entertainment (still) has you covered. The publisher has announced that it will be bringing the action-oriented MMO Kritika Online, created by Korean developer ALLM, to North America and Europe later this year.
According to the press release, Kritika Online promises "fast-paced gaming sessions punctuated by high-flying action in a unique gaming universe." There's an emphasis on limiting the "filler and downtime of other MMOs" as you journey to "instanced questing zones" with "the biggest, baddest, most butt-kickingest player character possible."
The game's official website doesn't offer much except an invitation to join the closed beta. If you want to learn more, you can find plenty of videos of the Korean version of the game simply by searching for "Kritika Online" on YouTube. Here's one from Steparu showing off what appears to be a solo dungeon. Or you can check out this highly visual trailer of a wide array of character skills set to music.
En Masse plans on starting Kritika Online's Western beta test this spring with a full launch later this year. Does it look like something you'll try out?
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