Dragons are at the core of the upcoming title Dragon’s Prophet, the free MMORPG from Infernum. This week the games all new European webiste went live and we were giving a sneak peak at the dragons that will exist in the game. Players will have the ability to find, capture and train over 300 dragons each with their own unique abilities and skills meant to aid the player in every aspect of the game. At any given time a player will be able to travel with up to 6 dragons and be able to switch between them depending upon the situation that may arrise. Closed beta testing is open now for friends and family, and a wider closed beta test is expected to begin in the near future, those who are interested should register now.
21 February 2013 – Hampshire, UK/… In the upcoming fantasy MMORPG Dragon’s Prophet, dragons, naturally, play a leading role. But as Berlin publisher Infernum and publishing partner Deep Silver announced today, the scaly creatures are way more than just mounts.
A new trailer exposing the dragons in action can be found here on the official community website, which has been launched today: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYSTaDxu-qM
Dragons are majestic creatures that will stand by their player’s side, faithful companions that carry their owners anywhere and valuable friends with an undying compassion to support them in battle. Thanks to the special bond players have with their dragon, they complement both the player’s avatar and intensify the gameplay possibilities.
Over 300 dragons can be discovered, captured and tamed, if players can rise to the challenge. These furious beasts may only become a lifelong companion if those brave enough can prove their strength as riders and gain their trust. On their journey through Auratia, the world of Dragon’s Prophet, players can take up to six different dragons with them and enjoy the freedom to choose which one of them they want to fight by their side.
The dragons not only differ in appearance but also offer different types of movement: Some can be used to fly, some are experts at gliding, others don’t have wings at all and some are even capable of diving underwater. Each dragon possesses an individual skillset containing passive, active and supporting abilities. For example, a flying dragon could be capable of healing, providing buffs and engaging in melee combat.
All dragons are kept and managed from a player’s personal Lair. From there, they can be taught new skills or instructed to collect resources. When a dragon has completed a specific task, it will receive training points which in return can be used to improve attributes such as strength or intelligence.
More details can be found on the brand new official community website: http://www.dragonspropheteurope.com/en/dragons