Wicked Interactive announced today their collaboration with Alienware Arena in order to bring Bounty Hounds Online to the the North American market. Bounty Hounds Online is a free-to-play MMORPG sequel to the popular PSP title from Namco Bandai. Activities will include a site-skin takeover of Alienware Arena, July 29-31, as well as an exclusive beta key giveaway.
Sam Ho, Director, Wicked Interactive said:
“We are thrilled to have Alienware Arena participate in the launch. Their gamers are among the Web’s most influential and discerning. We know that they will not only go crazy for Bounty Hound Online’s sci-fi theme, they will also appreciate the four years of development that went into creating what will stand alongside such classic Namco Bandai titles as Pac-Man, Tekken, Ace Combat, Armored Core and Katamari.”
Claudina Lopez, Game Partnership Manager at Alienware added:
“Alienware Arena is really about the gamers, and has been the place for gaming fans everywhere to access great gaming content for almost two years. Bounty Hounds Online is an innovative and immersive game that we’re proud to bring to our community, and with the grand style the game truly deserves.”
Bounty Hounds Online is a sci-fi MMORPG where players take command of their own
mercenary in multiple worlds and environments. There will be five different mercenary class types and it will feature a Robot Pet system, as well as extensive Item-Crafting and Creation.
According to the press release, beta keys will become exclusively available through Alienware Arena starting July 29.
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