Hamburg, July 22, 2010 - Today gamigo will introduce one of the most important features of the upcoming clan warfare MMORPG King of Kings 3: town building. After all, is it not every guild's dream to build a thriving metropolis and take advantage of everything such a town has to offer? But the path there isn't easy. Once guilds have joined to form a legion, they can lease land to build a camp. Only after a kingdom is founded can players also found their own town, earning them not only prestige but also a number of special in-game advantages.
The construction site is nearly empty at first. Only the main building is there, and the high walls all around to protect the town. There are plenty of options for building to choose from. From the barracks and the alchemist's hut all the way to trees, statues and fountains, the choices are nearly endless. Each object can be placed and its appearance changed to suit player's preferences. If they have the right resources, that is.
Barracks are one of the most important buildings to have. Here one can hire up to three personal guards to protect players in PvE combat against monsters as well as during PvP combat against other players. Warriors, mages and rangers can be recruited, equipped and sent for training in the barracks.
These screenshots offer a glimpse at the impressive towns in the game.
More information about town building and other exciting features of King of Kings 3 can be found on the game's official website.
Registration for closed beta testing, which is currently under-way, is also open at http://kok3.gamigo.com.
About gamigo AG
gamigo AG, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Axel Springer AG, was founded in 2001 and has grown to become one of the leading publishers of free-to-play MMOGs in Europe. Since 2010, gamigo also publishes its games globally. gamigo employs a team of 100 in its company headquarters in Hamburg, with a satellite office in New York City in planning. The key to success is the emphasis on publishing high-quality games supervised by first-rate community management. The portfolio includes games from all ends of the gaming spectrum - from Facebook games and browser-based games to elaborate MMORPGs.