Reality Squared Games revealed today their latest free-to-play 2.5D browser MMORPG, Crystal Saga. Not only does it offer a vast virtual world, but also features a captivating and detailed storyline. Players may choose from five available classes: Mage, Paladin, Priest, Ranger and Rogue and can explore and discover the wide variety of attainable mounts, weapons and items.
Players will also be able to form a group to take down wild beasts and barbarians, gain glory and equipment to aid their progress. Oh and there will also be pets available to add them in battles. Moreover, there will be many daily contests, events and dungeons.
Once players reach Level 20, they will receive their first Battle Wings by accepting and completing a quest from Monikov, The Dream Master. In addition, a number of quests implement the company’s pathfinding feature. Players can either click Quests (T) or view the Quest Tracking module. Underlined NPCs or items have the pathfinding feature. Pathfinding will automatically direct them to the quest location. If the quest does not have pathfinding, players can simply open the map, click a destination and they will be automatically moved there.
Last but not least, Once players have reached Level 15, they will receive their first free mount through a string of quests. Players may feed and transform mounts to increase movement speed and additional properties. All mounts are transformable and players will receive additional mounts through various quests at Level 30 and Level 45.
The game is currently in its alpha phase. Enjoy a preview video, courtesy of DotMMO.
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