FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SANTA CLARA, Calif.– August 11, 2010– Aeria Games, a leading publisher of interactive entertainment, has begun testing a new version of Grand Fantasia, localized and published entirely in Portuguese. Players can sign up and begin playing the game immediately, and enjoy Grand Fantasia in an all-new specially revised experience for their language. All participants will also receive the Commemorative Cape of Closed Beta, an exclusive avatar item which will only be awarded to closed beta testers.
The Commemorative Cape of Closed Beta is a rare and permanent item available only to Closed Beta testers, and can be worn by all characters above their armor. It is a vanity item that is not for sale, cannot be traded, and can only acquired by participating in Closed Beta. To sign up for the free closed beta and download the Portuguese-language Grand Fantasia client, please visit http://pt.grandfantasia.aeriagames.com.
Grand Fantasia is an anime-style fantasy MMORPG with intense PvP combat and a deep virtual pet system. Players can quest through the fantasy world of Saphael and battle fearsome monsters, all while raising and customizing their pet“Sprites,” and challenging other players on the battlefield… or wooing them in the player romance system. Grand Fantasia, like all Aeria Games, is free-to-play.
For more details about Grand Fantasia and to sign up for a free game account, please visit http://pt.grandfantasia.aeriagames.com.
About Aeria Games&Entertainment
Aeria Games, one of the fastest growing publishers of free-to-play online games, provides an unrivaled MMO gaming experience to a growing community of more than 13 million members. The online gaming portal offers a broad selection of fun, high-quality games, including Fantasy MMORPGs, FPS, Casual MMOs and Facebook games. Aeria Games is committed to becoming the world’s premier online gaming destination, with high-quality, innovative content and outstanding customer service.
Based in Silicon Valley, Calif., Aeria Games&Entertainment, Inc. was founded in 2006 and has offices in the United States, Tokyo and Germany. More information about Aeria Games can be found at www.aeriagames.com.