MUNICH - April 27, 2010
Burda:ic, a leading publisher of online games worldwide, today announced details of the most recent update for maritime fantasy MMORPG Florensia. The update includes a revamped sea tutorial, minor skill balancing changes, mini-map tweaks, and a Fishing system that provides players with EXP rewards for everything they catch.
Players in the mood for adventure can now head to the Lava Plateau to challenge the new boss monster, Ignis. Those who can withstand his fiery attacks will be rewarded with never-before-seen weapons, so gear up and get ready for a fight if you want to be one of the first to wield them!
The update also brings a handful of new random boxes and stat-boosting outfits to the Florensia Item Shop. Players looking to quickly gain a few levels should especially try out the twelve new Sakura Kimono and Hakama costumes, as they provide a 30% boost to land EXP and a 15% boost to HP recovery. After all, what’s not to like about looking sharp when you hit the open seas?
For more information about the update and Florensia’s adventure-filled world, visit http://www.florensia-online.com.
Florensia is a free-to-play, maritime MMORPG that blends vibrant, colorful graphics with classically accessible gameplay. Choosing one of four starting classes, from the sword-wielding Mercenary to the spell casting Noble, players will do battle with a huge variety of weapons and magical abilities as they explore expansive, underground dungeons and sail uncharted seas. Players from every corner of the globe have already signed up and headed out in search of adventure, and there has never a better time to join them in the wild and wonderful world of Florensia.
burda:ic GmbH is an online games publisher that markets and distributes massively multiplayer online games (MMOG) such as Ragnarok Online, Florensia, and Hello Kitty Online. Furthermore, burda:ic has established interactive gamer communities like alaplaya.net or sanriotown.com. More information about Burda:ic is available at www.burda-ic.com.
Ryan Morgan, TriplePoint