Gameforge today announced that their action Browser-based RPG, Hellbreed, has entered its closed beta phase. Gamers can already sign up at its official site to receive one of the beta keys. The game is scheduled to be released this month on the PC.
As the press release reads, in Hellbreed, the player can choose between three character classes, namely the Warrior, the Huntress and the Siege Master, each of which provides a unique gaming experience. To reunite the world of Manjuri, which has been smashed into fragments by the gods, the player embarks on a quest on their own or with friends to find the legendary Well of Worlds. Thanks to the newly-developed Phire 2.5D engine and the orchestral soundtrack specially composed for the game, Hellbreed sets new standards in graphics and sound in the field of browser games.
The title is currently in development at the German studio Inflammables and is just now entering an exciting phase. While Hellbreed was just recently announced for other territories by publisher Gameforge, hopes have been high for the start of the beta in UK and the feedback from the players.
Jan Piotrowski, Product Director at Gameforge said:
“When a project into which you’ve put so much love, sweat and tears is seen by the gamers for the first time, the tension is of course always enormous.”
Community Manager Stephan Kieslinger added:
“Everyone who has seen the game to date has been enthuiastic about it. I’m sure our players will see it in the same way”.
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