Dragon Knight | WWW
Dragon Knight release date for WWW:
15 January 2015 | Worldwide
15 January 2015 | Europe PAL
Game mode: massive online multiplayer , multiplayer mode: Internet
Dragon Knight is a web browser MMORPG based on the free-to-play business model. The optional microtransactions allow players to purchase the in-game Diamonds for real money (allowing one to obtain nearly every item available in the game) and acquire the VIP status (making the adventure smoother in every way). The paid improvements have been well-balanced so that players, who do not want to spend real money, could enjoy the game as well. The game has been developed by a Turkish studio called Sala Game and in terms of its formula is somewhat similar to games such as Bleach Online and Ultimate Naruto.
On his journey, a player traverses a fantasy world filled with fairies, dangerous monsters, mystical warriors, and other magical creatures. Initially, one is tasked with rescuing a princess in distress, however, as the story progresses one gets involved in more activities, which affect his character's stats and the story itself.
The developers have filled the in-game world with picturesque and diverse locations, including forest ruins, grand castles, colorful cities beaming with life, and locations floating in mid-air. A player can visit all of these places and is bound to encounter multiple quests to complete, enemies to defeat, and other players, who can become his companions.
In Dragon Knight for WWW, a player begins his adventure from selecting one of the two available character classes. The game then allows one to familiarize himself with the system of gaining experience points, inventory management, and combat mechanics during a short introduction level lasting no more than two hours and ending when the character reaches level 30. Then, a player can develop his character by completing quests assigned by NPCs – these quests revolve mainly around eliminating particular enemies. Combat is turn-based and allows one to utilize all the abilities he acquired on his adventures as well as cast spells and mount both melee and ranged attacks. For each victory, a player is rewarded with experience points, gold, new items, and prestige points.
As one progresses in the game, it offers increasingly difficult challenges, thus a player has to consider recruiting companions, who can aid him in combat and level up together with his character. A player can obtain experience points in numerous game modes, such as The Crypt (eliminating consecutive enemy waves), Treasure Hunt (digging up precious items), Hero Trial (fighting a powerful boss), and Arena (PvP battles). The game features also an autopilot mode (the so-called "AFK mode"), in which a player can order his character to traverse the in-game world and look for the next quests to complete even though a player does not control the character the whole time.
Leveling up and unlocking all the related bonuses (not to mention increasing the character's stats) might serve for improving one's equipment and mount. Additionally, as one progresses through the game, he can purchase better pieces of gear. Players, who reach higher levels can – as befits a true MMORPG – form powerful guilds in order to face more demanding challenges. The game also allows one to marry someone in the virtual world, which unlocks certain additional bonuses.
age requirements: everyone