100-floor dungeons dug.
MUNICH, Germany - Jan. 23, 2009
Burda:ic, a publisher of online games worldwide, today released a major update for free-to-play MMORPG Florensia. Players are now able to venture into the mysterious towers that appeared last month, an imposing set of 100-floor dungeons that will challenge even the toughest adventurers.
Access to the towers is granted by Tower Masters who stand in the center of each town. These strange individuals have a number of quest scrolls on hand that reward players handsomely for taking risks, and they are quite happy to trade Imperial Gifts for the Military Crosses earned within the new dungeons.
On the sillier side of things, every player will receive one of six new headmounts as a gift to celebrate the upcoming launch of Florensia’s Gacha system. The goofy headgear ranges small black cats to steaming bowls of noodles, all available for one week of adventuring. After that, you’ll have to take a chance and spin the Gacha wheel if you want to look ridiculous!
For full details about the update and an in-depth preview of the new dungeons, visit http://www.florensia-online.com/.
Florensia is a free-to-play, maritime MMORPG that blends vibrant, colorful graphics with classically accessible gameplay. Choosing one of four starting classes, from the sword-wielding Mercenary to the spell casting Noble, players will do battle with a huge variety of weapons and magical abilities as they explore expansive, underground dungeons and sail uncharted seas. Thousands of players have already signed up and headed out in search of adventure, and there has never a better time to join them in the wild and wonderful world of Florensia.
Burda:ic GmbH is an online games publisher that markets and distributes massively multiplayer online games (MMOG) such as Ragnarok Online, Florensia, and Hello Kitty Online. Furthermore, Burda:ic has established interactive gamer communities like alaplaya.eu or sanriotown.com. More information about Burda:ic is available at www.burda-ic.com.
Ryan Morgan, TriplePoint