2-D Side-Scrolling MMORPG Expands PvP Options
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. - Jan. 17, 2011 - WindSlayer 2 fans can now square off to find out who's top dog, as Ignited Games introduces King of the Hill, the latest player versus player (PvP) mode, to its fast paced, 2-D massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG). In addition to the new mode, Ignited Games has also increased the level cap in WindSlayer 2 from 51 to 67, opening even more high-level content and additional character customization options for players.
With the increased level cap, WindSlayer 2 fans can now unlock the third class advancement quest by reaching level 60. Completing the quest enables access to a slew of new skills and customization options for each character type. Ignited Games has also added 50 new items and two new pets to the WindSlayer 2 Premium Shop, providing even more opportunities for character customization.
WindSlayer 2 is a 2-D, side-scrolling MMORPG that provides players with a choice of six upgradeable character classes in a fast-paced journey through the beautiful, fairytale-like world of Beuritania. Players travelling the vast reaches of Beuritania can find rare treasures and gain experience by defeating swarms of otherworldly monsters through a combination of deadly swordplay skills, explosive magic spells and agile defensive maneuvers.
Online gamers can now explore the world of WindSlayer 2 and find out who's King of the Hill by visiting the game's website: http://ws2.ignitedgames.com/. For the latest updates on WindSlayer 2, fans can "Like" the game on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/WindSlayer2.
About Ignited Games
Based in El Segundo, Calif., Ignited Games was created in 2010 by an experienced team of global online game developers and publishers. With superb community management, extensive global marketing experience and top-notch localization, Ignited Games is dedicated to achieving a fun and unique online gaming experience for its players. Following the successful launch of its flagship title, Atlantica Online, in Latin America, the company recently published WindSlayer 2, Rosh Online and DarkEden in North America and plans to launch more exciting free-to-play online games.