Lucent Heart Launches Tomorrow + European Launch Trailer

Gamania – Lucent Heart’s publisher – has just informed us that the game will open ‘Head Start’ Early Access on Thursday 11th August at 10:00am BST and will set the scene for ‘social adventurers’ to delve even deeper and further into the landscape of Lucent Heart. In addition, the character creation and naming is open right now to allow new players to get prepared before the European servers open fully on the 11th.
During Closed Beta, fearless players worked together to fight their way through the evil goddess Cadena’s horde of minions and earned their right to challenge the colossal boss monster Ares! After an epic battle, the players won through and defeated Ares, which meant Gamania cancelled the planned data wipe and all characters are secure going into the Head Start! Now it’s your turn to take your place alongside these mighty warriors as Lucent Heart throws open the doors and invites new heroes to enjoy the exciting adventures and new friendships that await you in Acadia!

The Head Start will provide a myriad of competitions, exciting events and freebies galore in the build up to the commercial release, where players will be able to purchase the equipment, outfits, mounts and potions to enhance their play experience and assist them in facing the fearsome forces of goddess Cadena.

Gamania is extremely happy with the first game launch to the European market and is looking forward to building upon Lucent Heart’s success with more new game launches this year on their beanfun! game platform.

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