IRVINE, Calif. - October 5, 2009
Joymax, an independent developer and publisher of interactive entertainment for the global market, today announced that Turkish language service for fantasy MMORPG Silkroad Online will begin on October 20. Additional multilingual support is also planned for Arabic, German and Spanish-speaking players, building a community of Silk Road travelers that truly spans the entire globe.
“No matter how varied our user base becomes, we always want our players to feel at home when they visit our online worlds,” said Jina Song, General Manager at Joymax.“It is our hope that multilingual service will help make that goal a reality for the entire Silkroad Online community.”
To learn more about Silkroad Online and the upcoming multilingual support, visit the official website at www.joymax.com/silkroad.
About Silkroad Online
Silkroad Online is a massively multiplayer online RPG that puts the player deep into historical fantasy, joining the Chinese and European civilizations along the Silk Road trade route. Traveling across Jangan, from China to Constantinople, players can make their fortunes as merchants, prey on the rich as thieves, or be protection-for-hire as hunters. The most recent expansion, Legend IV Plus, provides players with an all-new dungeon to explore atop Roc Mountian. Those who survive the battle with its guardian, the monstrous King of the Rocs, are rewarded with some of the finest treasures the game has to offer. More information about Silkroad Online and the Legend IV Plus update is available at www.joymax.com/silkroad.
Since its establishment in April, 1997, Joymax has been developing and publishing quality games for the emerging game industry of the 21st century. Based in Seoul, Korea, the company has published numerous titles for the PC platform, and its first MMORPG, Silkroad Online, has grown to offer service in 200 countries since its 2004 launch. Joymax is to become a global entertainment company providing multimedia content. For more information, please visit www.joymax.co.kr/eng.
Kate Pietrelli, TriplePoint