The free-to-play browser game launches in United Kingdom
Karlsruhe, Germany, 4 th August 2011 – As of today, players can dive into the new action RPG Hellbreed from Gameforge. After the successful beta phase, in which the community took part actively, the hordes of the underworld lie in wait of courageous heroes looking to put them in their place. The graphically lavish browser game was developed by Gameforge subsidiary Inflammables, who are based in Heidelberg.
Whether alone, or together with up to three friends, the action RPG has challenges ready for brave adventurers. Opting to play as a Warrior, Huntress or Siege Master, players go on the hunt for the shard fragments of the shattered world of Manjuri in order to assemble it once more. The journey leads through dark dungeons as well as hand-constructed outside settings. There are also over 250 different monster types standing in your way, all of which carry some gold as well as the occasional valuable piece of equipment.
The players are free to choose how they would like to uncover the world of Manjuri: whether just for the occasional ten minutes or for extensive exploration with friends, Hellbreed has been created in such a way as to allow opportunist gamers as well as experienced gaming veterans a chance to get their money’s worth.
If this has piqued your interest, why not head across to the official site at www.hellbreed.net and after using the quick and straightforward registration process, give it a go.
More information and assets for Hellbreed can be found on the Gameforge press server: press.gameforge.com
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