Digimon Battle Open Beta Registration Announced
Today WeMade Entertainment announced its intentions to start open beta registration for their latest MMORPG, Digimon Battle. The client is ready to install but gamers won’t be able to log in until the open beta officially kicks off on March 17th. WeMade is the studio behind the classic Asian smash hits Mir 2 and The Legend of Mir 3. More recently, they’ve published Avalon Heroes which is a fantasy themed MMO. Their latest title will be based on the famous Digimon series and will include real-time battles and an interactive world to explore.
Players take on the role of Digimon Tamers who must protect the world from evil Digimon by partnering with good Digimon. Not very complicated, but then again Digimon was made for children. You can read more about the game below in the full release.
A new video trailer has been released along with this announcement. It can be viewed at our official Digimon Battle page or in the video section.
WeMade Entertainment Announces Digimon Battle Open Beta Registration
First-Ever Online Digimon Game Opens Up Early Registration for Fans
KIRKLAND, Wash. – March 4, 2010
WeMade Entertainment today announced plans to launch the first-ever online Digimon game, Digimon Battle. The massively multiplayer online game will bring the original animated TV Series, Seasons 1 – 4 (“Digimon Adventure,” “Digimon Adventure 02,” “Digimon Tamers,” and “Digimon Frontier”) to life online with real-time battles and an interactive world to explore. Players will take on the role of special Digimon Tamers, helping to protect the earth from evil Digimon by partnering with good Digimon and exploring the Digital World together. Fans can pre-register for the open beta today, and download the Digimon Battle client and the Frontier’s Starter Kit starting March 10 from the official website: www.digimonbattle.com.
“The Digimon community has been waiting patiently for an online, interactive DigiWorld, and we feel privileged to be developing this experience for audiences,” said Kevin Seo, CEO of WeMade Entertainment. “In the open beta, players will be able to take on the role of hero or heroine in the game and embark on adventures with Digimon friends.”
In Digimon Battle, players select a Tamer character, Takato Matsuki, Henry Wong, Rika Nonaka, or Jeri Katou, and set off with their Digimon and human friends, helping their Digimon to progress in their Digivolution. Players and their Digimon level up by winning battles, and players can progress through several ranks of Tamer to achieve elite status. There are three types of Digimon Partners, and seven types of Captured Digimon for players to find and tame in the world. More information on the Digimon will be revealed soon!
From March 3 to March 16, players who register for the beta, download the client and create their characters will get an exclusive Frontier Starter Kit for being pioneering members of the Digimon Battle community. The Frontier Starter Kit will include valuable tools to help players prepare for the open beta, including 10 Jump Gates to jump to all the maps in the world map, 10 Vigor Floppy Discs to gain 200 VP recovery while in defense mode, and 10 Recovery Floppy Discs to gain 200 HP recovery while in attack mode. The kits will be delivered on March 17.
To check out Digimon Battle online and register for the open beta, please visit www.digimonbattle.com.
About WeMade Entertainment
WeMade Entertainment is a leading online games developer and publisher. WeMade has created several online games, the most successful being The Legend of Mir 2 and The Legend of Mir3, which currently have more than 350,000 active concurrent users and over 200 million registered users in the world. For more information, please visit www.wemadeusa.com.
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