New Job Classes Added to Manga-Inspired Online Game, Elsword

Side-scrolling beat-‘em-up, Elsword, gets a facelift today as Kill3rCombo adds significant new content to its action-packed online game. Players can now navigate through updated maps, obtain new items and level up to the recently launched second job classes. The new job classes will be available for the main characters– Elsword, Aisha and Rena– on July 6, July 13 and July 20, respectively.

As the first of the three characters to offer second job classes, gamers playing with Elsword will be able to transform into Lord Knights or Rune Slayers at level 35. While both classes afford players the opportunity for fierce battle, as a Lord Knight, Elsword’s melee attacks become more powerful while his combos are extended. Maximum attack speed and quick slashes also ensure that adversaries don’t stand a chance against the Lord Knight. For players choosing to take a more supernatural route, the Rune Slayer blends the best of both attack types– physical and magical. The Rune Slayer’s advanced magical skills cripple and dominate foes while improved combos keep enemies at a distance.

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About Elsword

Elsword offers gamers the chance to star in their own comic book through the fun and accessible nature of an online game. The free-to-play action multiplayer online role playing game features fast paced gameplay with stunning animation. Combining superior attack and movement with anime-style graphics, players will feel as if they are playing their way through the images of a comic book!

In Elsword, players choose from three customizable characters with varying degrees of difficulty. Elsword offers gamers quests based on interesting storylines and quick join-and-play battles. Extensive player-versus-player (PvP) battles add excitement by pairing competitive fighters against each other.

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