Eschborn, Germany – February 27, 2013 – eFusion MMOG GmbH, European publisher of massively multi-player online games, announced that the Dragon Nest Europe Closed Beta has successfully opened today.
eFusion MMOG finally opens the Dragon Nest Europe Closed Beta today for one week. Before the grand opening of its official service on March 6th 2013, the Closed Beta testers can experience intensive PVP action without latency and four European language services in one unified server.
During the Closed Beta period, there will be a great challenge called ‘The 8,000 Milestone’ for all players. The Publisher promised that if they have 8,000 concurrent users in the Closed Beta, they would never reset any character and let players keep their achievements. To reach the goal with as many people as possible, eFusion MMOG will extend the ‘Daily Beta Key’ event until the 5th of March 2013. So more chances to grab a Today’s Beta Key will be given to all everyday.
During the Closed Beta, special Kick-Off events will start and some of them will continue even after the official service begins. All players will be rewarded with some free gifts such as Dragon Nest Points, which can be used in the cash shop and some must-have Dungeon items while playing. More terrific events will be found on Dragon Nest Europe official web site: www.dragonnest.eu
About Dragon Nest
Dragon Nest is a free-to-play online action RPG developed by Eyedentity Games. Its dynamic action oriented game-play and high quality graphics make this game unique and clearly different from other RPGs. Since the game was released in various countries, it has been attracting more than 200 million players over the world and 800 000 gamers are playing it at this very moment.
About eFusion MMOG GmbH
eFusion MMOG GmbH, headquartered in Eschborn, Germany, is the official publisher of Dragon Nest, BlackShot and NavyField in Europe. Founded in 2007 and initially specialised in military games, eFusion MMOG is now extending its game portfolio and focusing on the publication of high quality massively multiplayer online games (MMOGs) developed especially in Korea for European markets.