Aventurine announced that Darkfall Unholy Wars is now available to players via digital distribution. Darkfall Unholy Wars is said to be a sandbox, PvP MMORPG, and players are now able to experience an intense, real-time combat system that demands and rewards skill, tactics, and lightning reflexes.
Darkfall Unholy Wars comes with a host of features, options and game-styles for you to choose and discover as you travel through the rich, beautiful and deadly lands of Agon. Darkfall Unholy Wars combines real-time action and strategy in a fantasy setting, and according to its press release it features the largest seamless and zone-less world of its kind, able to host upwards of ten thousand concurrent users per world.
Zad Mehdawi CEO of Aventurine said:
“We are very excited to see Darkfall Unholy Wars launching today. We hope that our players will enjoy the game for months and years to come and become the driving force in the game’s evolution.”
Tasos Flambouras, General Manager at Aventurine added:
“After five months of beta we are happy to launch Darkfall Unholy Wars. We are grateful to our playtesters for their contribution to the game and we’re happy to have them with us as players today. Darkfall Unholy Wars is the best combat MMORPG experience and our pledge is that it will continue evolving and pushing the PvP envelope.”
Darkfall Unholy Wars is available through the game’s website for the price of 39,95. This price includes the client and 30 days of unlimited game access.
Darkfall Unholy Wars will also become available on other distribution platforms, in the days and weeks to come.
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