Next Flyff expansion Act VIII: Coliseum will launch in early June 2011

Press Release

For immediate release

DUBLIN, Ireland– May 16 th, 2011Gala Networks Europe, one of one of the leading free-to-play games publishers and operator of the www.gPotato.eu portal, is delighted to announce that its MMORPG Flyff will launch the next expansion -  Act VIII: Coliseum - in the beginning of June 2011 in German and French.

The Flyff story continues after the hate-corrupted cat god Murano was put out of his misery by the heroes of Madrigal in Act VII. During this time, the explorers and scientists discovered precious and ancient inscriptions and scrolls in the buried Temple of Behemoths. One day they were finally able to decrypt one of the older plates. It was a hint about a previously unknown fighting area which was called“Coliseum” in the old days. It explained that it was a venue where heroes had to face inhuman challenges and battles. But the inscription also said that the gods themselves rewarded the true heroes with rare armour and prosperity. While searching for the Coliseum, the exploration team even discovered a new landmark, the Bahara desert. But the chase to find the legendary battleground continues…

Act VIII: Coliseum will add a variety of new content beginning with a brand new PvE fighting area Coliseum where players can become legends. Providing two different modes; easy or hard, players will have to defeat well-known and brand-new boss monsters from all across Madrigal to be rewarded with great armour and fashion sets as well as items, which usually can only be found in the shop. To enter the Coliseum and face the challenges, players will have to be a group or guild of 8.

More adventures and terrifying monsters will await high level players in the new Bahara desert and the Kalgas Cave dungeon . To be able to defeat those, players will have to become more powerful and level up first the raised level cap to XY.

Flyff Act VIII will also see an extended inventory, enchantment system, new quests for beginners and many more enhancements.

More information will be revealed in the next weeks, so stay tuned and visit the official Flyff website at http://flyff.gpotato.eu for any more details.

PR Contacts: media@gPotato.eu

About Flyff

Flyff: Fly For Funis a free manga-style flying MMORPG game developed by Gala Laband published across Europe in French and German. It is available to play at the gPotato.eugaming portal.

Set in the land of Madrigal, Flyff allows players to become an adventurer and explore the world by land or by air. With hordes of monsters and intriguing mysteries to solve, it gives players a diverse and thrilling adventure. With over 140 levels players will be able to fly freely on a broomstick, hoverboard and a variety of other fantastic flying machines. Players can register and download this free MMO game at the official European website– http://flyff.gpotato.eu

About Gala Networks Europe Ltd.&gPotato.eu

Gala Networks Europe Ltd. is a leading European free-to-play online games publisher. It operates the gPotato brand in Europe by hosting, publishing and distributing free online games through the www.gPotato.eu portal. Established in Dublin, Ireland in 2006, it operates a portfolio of MMORPGs including Flyff, Rappelz, Street Gears, Dragonica, Allods Online, Castle of Heroes Canaan Online and Terra Militaris. The gPotato.eu portal is now a major destination for online gamers with over 6 million users. It will also publish the martial-arts MMORPG Age of Wulin which will be released in 2011. Further information on the company can be found at http://www.gala-net.eu


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