More details revealed for siege combat MMORTS Dawn of Fantasy's "Siegeworks" Expansion Pack


Toronto, Canada – 19/10/2012 Reverie World Studios has released more details about it's forthcoming free Siegeworks expansion pack for their siege combat based MMORTS Dawn of Fantasy.

The Siegeworks expansion is set to include 15 new NPC towns that players can trade with, attack, capture and defend. Details about these towns have been posted by Reverie on their website, with the races of Humans, Orcs and Elves each gaining several new towns.

Players will be able to take command of any of these new NPC towns either through the expanded diplomacy system or through conquest, including being able to fight other players for control of these towns through new territorial control and PvP mechanics.

While work on the expansion slowed down recently, with the Dawn of Fantasy Greenlight Campaign on Steam and release on Desura taking precedence, Reverie CEO Konstantine Fomenko commented that this “should not significantly delay the release of the Siegeworks expansion”, although no firm date for release has been set.

Preview articles with the details of the new towns can be found here:

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Based in Toronto, Ontario, Reverie World Studios is set to take full advantage of the rapidly expanding market for interactive entertainment media. Boasting a completed next-generation game engine, a team of talented and experienced designers, and an innovative MMORTS – Dawn of Fantasy), the scene is set for Reverie to become a leading Canadian exporter of interactive media and retain a concentrated talent pool capable of pushing the boundaries of the industry.


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