X-Legend's new anime MMO, Twin Saga, entered Open Beta today. The game, published by Aeria Games, spent the last three weeks in closed testing, during which players from three territories spent a total of 250,000 hours in game. Interestingly, during that time only 22 players actually hit level cap.
Today, the developers celebrate the launch of Open Beta by opening the Dragonknight class up for players to try and offering a new level cap of 65. They're also introducing new dungeons for players to check out.
Players who may have been interested in the game but have put off buying the Founder's Packs because they're just not sure about it yet need not worry about whether or not they can still pick one up. Currently the packs are still available for purchase and still offer a variety of items that those looking to play the game for some time may find useful.
Players can join the open beta by signing up on the Twin Saga site.
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