Luna Online Joins The Ranks Of Classic MMOs On Steam
Anime-styled MMO Luna Online is the latest older MMO to make its way to Steam -- most likely in an attempt to bring in more players. The game hits the platform in just a few days on October 6 and will bear the title Luna Online: Reborn.
Upon launch, the game will feature 4 classes capable of mixing and matching skills to create hundreds of individual paths. Players will also have a wide selection of costumes and pets to choose from, making each play experience different.
Of course, the game also offers the normal social amenities such as guilds and housing. As noted, Luna Online will officially launch on steam on the 6th, but you can hit up the game page now to find out more about the game before then.
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