'Dragon's Prophet', a free-to-play MMO published by Sony Online Entertainment.
Forget about simply training your dragon, Sony Online Entertainment and Infernum Productions are letting PC gamers also capture, ride, and fight the reptilian beasts in the new free-to-play online computer game Dragon's Prophet.
"Dragon's Prophet combines an insane variety of powerful and majestic dragons with an action-based combat and end-game siege system to create one of the most unique gaming experiences for fantasy MMO enthusiasts," said Todd Carson, the game's Senior Producer. "We know players are eager and ready for action and launch brings many exciting developments from Open Beta, including new dungeons, a level cap increase, a revamped Starting Zone, a World Boss and the much-anticipated Frontier System."
Sony says the game offers everything a fantasy RPG fan craves: an engaging combat system, epic guild battles, and challenging dungeons. The game also features more than 300 different dragons, but those behind the MMO aren't stopping there.
"We want to ensure that the player experience only improves and becomes more dragon-filled as we move forward," said Tony Tang, Founder and Vice President of business development at Runewaker Entertainment. "We are continuing to work closely with both publishers, SOE and Infernum, to design exciting features to be implemented post-launch like dragon-versus-dragon arenas, a raid system and air-to-air combat."
Developed by Runewaker Entertainment, Dragon's Prophet takes place in the beautiful world of Auratia, a realm with a rich and tumultuous history. Players must band together to battle and train a variety of dragons as they work to restore order to the land. However, this is not an easy task; since his escape from his eternal prison, the Great Devouring Dragon known as Kronos is more dangerous than ever. Featuring an action-based combat system, the game provides players with visceral action gameplay in battles on land and across the skies.
Dragon's Prophet launches with plenty of customization options, including four distinct player classes to choose from -- ranger, sorcerer, guardian or oracle -- for creation of one-of-a-kind characters. Customizable player housing is also featured, allowing players to build, decorate and furnish their house however they want.
Interested gamers can find the game, which is rated "T for Teen" by the ESRB, as a digital download in North America from SOE or any of its digital partners.