KOG Games Announces Launch Of Closed Beta For Anime Action MMO KurtzPel
Today, KOG games announced the launch of the NA closed beta for the Anime-Inspired Action MMO KurtzPel. A spiritual successor to the world of Grand Chase, KurtzPel uses classic action game dynamics. Players can choose two separate trades for their characters that can be swapped easily during battle.
The game offers players several 2v2 PvP modes as well as a quest-driven battle system where they can fight huge boss monsters.
Now, before we all get ahead of ourselves, we're not 100% sure the game will be free-to-play. It is a KOG Games game, so we're just making a wild assumption that it will be. But don't expect major coverage until we know for sure. You can sign up for the closed beta here.
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