Revelation Online Gives A Brief Glimpse Of Its Non-Targeted Combat System Option

QuintLyn Bowers
By QuintLyn Bowers, News Editor
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My.com released a -- rather short -- video today highlighting the non-targeted combat system available in its upcoming MMO Revelation Online. The game features three different combat control settings: Targeted, Classic, and Non-targeted (shown here), and allows players to switch between them at will. At present, there are no videos demonstrating the other two modes -- or how switching between them will work. But we do expect to see more of the game's combat systems soon.

Revelation Online is gearing up for Closed Beta, which you can sign up for here.

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QuintLyn Bowers
QuintLyn Bowers, News Editor
QuintLyn is a long-time lover of all things video game related will happily talk about them to anyone that will listen. She began writing about games for various hobby sites a little over ten years ago and has taken on various roles in the games community.

Discussion (4)

Max Power 6 years ago
more games need to add this option for both kinds of gameplay target and non target . limiting it to one is just stupid .
this game is the future

thatguy 6 years ago
i'm currently playing this game on the china servers and it's actually really fun. So far i played all the classes but i really love the necromancer and paladin class. The flight system in the game is awsome and its better than aion's. You're able to fly at lvl 29 (anywhere for however long you want). It didn't take long to hit lvl 29 at all. It took probably like 5 hours (maybe less). once i got my wings i just flew around and had fun.

some pros in this gamer are
you can add points into your stats to make your own unique character
free fly (after lvl 29)
you can recreate how you want your character to look all the time with no charges or fees. you just cant choose a different race.
raids are pretty awsome too different raids for different days of the week with easy-hardest mode
voice chat is in the game
infinite jumping as long as there stamina there to let you keep jumping
easily sucked into the game
fun combat/fast


cons
not so great animations
it may not be for everyone
kind of feels like they could have added more classes and races
questing could have been a bit better but it's not completely boring

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