Lost Saga open for play
The online beat-em-up game is now available for download and play.
|From WeMade Entertainment:|
Now open for commercial play at playlostsaga.com, LOST SAGA is an action-packed online beat-em-up game. The MMO brawler brings together heroes from fantasy, history, sci-fi, and well-known fighting games in an epic battle for glory. Players can choose from over 50 unique heroes and level up and customize their skills. Fighters can be subbed in, tag-team style, to create multi-character combos and teams of up to 16 players can participate in a variety of game modes. The game's new Premium heroes allow players to play as their favorite characters from popular fighting gamesóbut do not confer special powers that would unbalance gameplay.
"LOST SAGA opens a new chapter today where players can choose their hero and join battles with more characters, modes, and maps than ever before," said WeMade USA CEO Philip Yun. "The addition of well-known characters such as Iori Yagami is just the start for us as more content will be added each monthówe hope fans enjoy this new experience."
To celebrate LOST SAGA's launch, in-game events such as the opportunity to pick up a free a style item to customize the player's Hero will be on tap. Along with the events, the re-launched fighting MMO features fresh experiences for new and returning players. Champion mode takes two players to vertically-constrained maps that simulate classic, 2D-style combatócomplete with KOs. The single-player Crusade challenge mode is now extended to a whopping 60 floors of tough opponents and the dizzyingly high Sky Castle level brings a fresh locale to the game. A range of new characters first shown in the OBT are now available in the commercial game including the sexy Devil Ranger, the transforming Werewolf, and leather-clad Rockstar. More new features and Heroes will be revealed in the coming weeks.
Players can visit playlostsaga.com to download the game and play for free.
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Transmitted: 3/2/2015 5:30:06 PM