Nexon Europe launches a brand new teaser website for the much anticipated free-to-play Action MMORPG Vindictus Europe, which will be released in Europe this autumn. Besides letting you in on the game’s dark and haunting story and the varied set of heroes, the website introduces a gameplay trailer that gives you a deeper insight on the upcoming online sensation.

Vindictus Europe is a physics-based action online role-playing game that combines stunning visuals with high-speed combat, bringing a brutal elegance to the PC gaming space. Using a modified Source Engine to enable interaction with the environment, players will be able to throw and shatter objects, hurl debris, bind enemies with chains, and pierce defenses with spears.

Check out the new teaser website and trailer here:

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  1. Bluee on August 5, 2011

    anyone knows when the acctualy release will be ? 😀

  2. nikos26 on August 4, 2011

    i need help i cant download vindictuseu i cant find it please help me

  3. Moustachio on August 1, 2011

    well, when is dragon nest coming to eu? NEVER!

    but go to or something liek that, they suppose to have dragon nest worldwide.


  4. edvinux on July 30, 2011

    OMG first time Neoxn eu haven lied to us and they promised to lunch this teaser before the end of July

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  6. zenyth on July 30, 2011

    @hope we will have all the updates from the beggining lol

  7. zenyth on July 30, 2011

    about time bitches

  8. eyeclubseals on July 30, 2011


    Having said that, I’m predicting this will be exactly like EU Mabinogi, as in lagging behind the US version in updates badly. So unless we get the exact same version as the US, I’m still using the AOL method to play the better game.

    • uthere1 on July 31, 2011

      according to the website it would seem the game is only starting with the 2 characters the us version started with (they added 2 characters since then and we will probably be getting them much later)

  9. amariux50 on July 30, 2011

    It’s almost been a year now