Free-To-Play MMORPG “Dragon’s Prophet” Releases Today In Europe & North America

Infernum Productions and Sony Online Entertainment today announced the launch of Dragon’s Prophet in Europe and North America. In this free-to-play MMO, players fight alongside and against hundreds of unique dragons that roam the land, sea and air.

Kristian Metzger, Director Product Management at Infernum, said:

“At last the Day of the Prophet is finally here! Even though it’s always special to release a new game, MMORPGs play on a different level. Thanks to the help of our enthusiastic community as well as the tireless work of the developer, Auratia, the home of Dragon’s Prophet now shines brighter than ever before. Since the start of Open Beta in May, many thrilling features as well as new content packages have been added to the game while existing systems have been drastically improved. The 100+ pages full of patch notes are a testament of these efforts. Now Dragon’s Prophet offers everything an enthusiast of fantasy games could wish for. An engaging combat system, epic guild battles, challenging dungeons as well more than 300 mighty dragons; the best kind of companions you could imagine!”

Todd Carson, Senior Producer of Dragon’s Prophet, added:

“Dragon’s Prophet combines an insane variety of powerful and majestic dragons with an action-based combat and end-game siege system to create one of the most unique gaming experiences for fantasy MMO enthusiasts. We know players are eager and ready for action and launch brings many exciting developments from Open Beta, including new dungeons, a level cap increase, a revamped Starting Zone, World Boss and the much-anticipated Frontier System.”

Beginning today, players can participate in massive player versus player (PvP) battles, form alliances consisting of multiple guilds, and experience aerial and mounted combat. Aided by siege weaponry and Alliance Guardian Dragons, alliances will engage in large-scale PvP wars to assert their superiority and achieve the ultimate prize: Eventual control of different territories in the Auratian Sky Islands.

Live broadcast functionality has been integrated into Dragon’s Prophet, and players will be able to stream their dragon capturing and fighting experiences directly to the Twitch Platform.

Tony Tang, founder and vice president of business development at Runewaker Entertainment, concluded:

“We want to ensure that the player experience only improves and becomes more dragon-filled as we move forward,” said . “We are continuing to work closely with both Infernum and SOE to design exciting features to be implemented post-launch like dragon versus dragon arenas, a raid system and air-to-air combat.”

Developed by Runewaker Entertainment, Dragon’s Prophet takes place in the beautiful world of Auratia, a realm with a rich and tumultuous history. As the press release reads, players must band together to battle and train a variety of dragons as they work to restore order to the land. However, this is not an easy task; since his escape from his eternal prison, the Great Devouring Dragon known as Kronos is more dangerous than ever.

Featuring an action-based combat system, Dragon’s Prophet provides players with visceral action gameplay in battles on land and across the skies. Dragon’s Prophet launches with plenty of customization options, including four distinct player classes to choose from – ranger, sorcerer, guardian or oracle – for creation of one-of-a-kind characters. Customizable player housing is also featured, allowing players to build, decorate and furnish their house however they want.

Enjoy!

John Papadopoulos

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