Innova announced today that its new European free-to-play service for the popular competitive fantasy MMORPG Lineage II will officially launch in English on December 16th. Featuring the content-rich new expansion Goddess of Destruction, the new service offers hundreds of hours of unrestricted, action-packed gaming absolutely free.
Goddess of Destruction brings many improvements to the game’s look and feel, and there’s never been a better time to get into Lineage II: hunt unique monsters in vast, beautiful landscapes, craft and enchant powerful weapons and armour, and feel the visceral rush of player-vs-player combat in one of the most highly developed competitive MMORPGs in the world. With dedicated European servers, friendly community management and full customer service, Innova strives to support Lineage II players every step of the way.
Gevork Sarkisyan, Innova’s CEO said:
“The launch of our free-to-play Lineage II service for Europe will be a very special moment for all of us. We have already seen our Lineage II community grow significantly during the beta phases, and we are looking forward to opening the full service to everyone tomorrow.”
The Goddess of Destruction expansion includes improved graphics, 4x faster levelling and character advancement, eight new specialized classes, fearsome and challenging new bosses, unexplored zones and much more – a revamped world and over 400 hours of brand new gameplay are now available, all unrestricted and completely free.
Players can register for the service and play now by visiting its official website.
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