El Segundo, Calif. - March 26, 2009 - A lost world has been discovered in CABAL Online, the massively multiplayer role-playing game from OGPlanet, and it's up to the citizens of Nevareth to uncover all its mysteries.
In the just-launched Lost World expansion, CABAL players face the task of exploring the newly discovered island in the Sea of Fracia, facing opponents including pirates and mutants along the way. As the secrets of the island are unlocked, the dangers grow, and only the most skilled adventurers will triumph. Adventurers in the Lost World dungeon will have access to beautiful weapons created with the newly discovered SIG Metal.
Besides the introduction of the mysterious island, CABAL players will find other additions to the action-filled MMORPG in this update. The vast expansion of the title system rewards triumphant monster hunters, PVP fighters, and crafters with titles that offer bonuses to stats. The CABAL Online crafting system has also been improved, with a plethora of new recipes and drop locations, and an increased success rate. Players can also look forward to other cool additions including improved mini-maps and new skills for Force Shielders and Force Bladers.
"The Lost World update is one of the best expansions we have put out for CABAL Online," said Chris Woolley, producer of CABAL Online. "We're opening up a whole new world of challenges to our players, and with pirates, mutants, and dangers galore, they're in for quite a ride!"
About CABAL Online
In CABAL Online, players are called upon to protect the people of Nevareth from an evil entity known as Cabal. Set in a diverse environment that includes ice temples, forgotten ruins, desert hideaways, mutant forests and volcanic citadels, CABAL engages players with dynamic quests that tie-in beautifully to the game's storyline and more than 300 dungeons to explore.
OGPlanet is a leading North American publisher of online games. The company, founded in 2005, offers a selection of some of the best massively multiplayer online games on a free-to-play basis. Users experience beautiful, easy-to-play multiplayer online games without the obligations of a subscription fee. For more information, visit www.ogplanet.com.
Michael Meyers Public Relations