Tri-Lingual Runes of Magic LIVE on 29th July

Run Up Game Singapore announces Runes of Magic open beta server to go LIVE on July 29th 3pm +8GMT. This is the first version to consist of tri-lingual within a single client. Choices available are Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese and English. Within the fantasy of Runes Of Magic, players are free to choose a language they are comfortable for their interface and yet communicating with players around the world in other language.

Runes Of Magic is developed by Runewalker Entertainment with fantasy based Free to Play MMORPG and one of the most influential games ever produced from Taiwan, which spreads quickly across the world with its strong content.

Runes of Magic now published over twenty countries across the world and translated into over ten different languages. Runewalker Entertainment is aiming for the global market and producing a game loved by the world with it content.

After going through two stages of Closed Beta, Singapore and Malaysia Runes of Magic had great influenceamong those whom participated. Such game was never available within Singapore and Malaysia.

Runes of Magic uses dual class system, with 6 classes available for players to choose and combine. There is also a card collection system whereby players can collect and understand the monsters’ information.

Runes of Magic now comes with English and Chinese Official website for players whom are interested to attain more information.

Runes of Magic open beta will go LIVE with Run Up Game this 29th July 3pm +8GMT with tri-lingual version for players within the region to enjoy this magnificent production.

Official Website: http://rom.runup.com.sg


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