In anticipation of Leipzig's Games Convention, The Chronicles of Spellborn has published the newest installment of their lore series. Read up, and be prepared in Germany.
Berlin, 2008/08/06: Spellborn NV has just published the fourth chapter of their weekly lore series for The Chronicles of Spellborn . Since the beginning of July, the Dutch developer explains the deep rooted background story of its upcoming fantasy MMORPG. Today's' part has gone online with a competition for 15 one-day tickets for the Games Convention and 15 Spellborn t-shirts. Publisher and Developer are showcasing The Chronicles of Spellborn at the international games exhibition from 21 st to 24 th August in Leipzig, Germany at their stand A10 in hall 5. To win an access to a first tour through the previously unrevealed zone Cairnkegg on the Ringfell shard and cross swords against other players in the Quarterstone Arena, fans need to answer a question about previous chapters of the lore series. It can be found easily together with details of the competition within the recent news on the official website .
What lies hidden, must be found With The Chronicles of Spellborn players enter into an impressive online scenario with scenic landscapes, majestic cities and the remnants of an ancient civilization. Alone or with a party of allies, PC adventurers step into a huge fantasy realm consisting of varied shard worlds floating in the magic Deadspell Storm. Those who want to prevail in the grippingly staged combats of The Chronicles of Spellborn need to apply their mighty arsenal of spells, melee and ranged attacks skillfully. Battles with bloodthirsty creatures, hostile peoples and human opponents in PvP battles are waiting. An innovative and tactically challenging combat system with shooter-like controls and rotating skill deck provides a fresh breath of air for the dusty MMORPG genre. Thanks to the largely extended Unreal Engine 2.5, The Chronicles of Spellborn boasts stunning 3D graphics, spectacular effects and countless elaborate details. More information, images and videos can be found on www.tcos.com.