Champions Online: Free for All is a 3D superhero-themed Fantasy MMORPG (Massively multiplayer online role playing game) from Cryptic Studios (creator of City of Heroes Freedom), with fast paced gameplay and awesome cel-shading graphics, set in Millennium City. The game used to be pay to play but officially went free to play. Champions Online provides quite good options, with features that include a deep character customization, spectacular animations, and well-crafted story arcs.
Choose from thousands of different costume pieces, colors and body types to create your character's one-of-a-kind costume and look. There are billions of possible combinations, finally you can be completely unique!
The battle against evil in Champions Online rages across the world into outer space and alternate dimensions. You will battle supervillains, aliens, giant monsters and secret, sinister organizations. The story of Champions Online is constantly changing and continually evolving, Villains are defeated and Heroes rise and fall.
There are no classes in Champions Online; Its flexible character creation system gives you total control over your hero's abilities, you are free to choose any power from any powerset to realize whatever vision you have in mind for your characters. These powers are organized into theme frameworks: Munitions, Might, Martial Arts, Celestial, Darkness, Energy Projection, Archery, Power Armor, Gadgeteering, Telekinesis, Telepathy, Supernatural and Sorcery.
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Perfect World Entertainment
September 01, 2009
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Minimum System Requirements (Windows)
Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7Memory
2.5GHz Single Core or 1.8GHz Dual CoreGraphics
NVIDIA GeForce 7800 / ATI Radeon X700 or HD / Intel Graphics with Dual CoreAdditional Notes
Specifications may change during development