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Check Out New Screenshots for Riders of Icarus!

by on June 29, 2016
 

Nexon and WeMade officially revealed some new details and screenshots today for Riders of Icarus. The game kicked off its Head Start Access Period today. Players who purchased the game’s Founder’s Pack will now get an exclusive start at the game. Players can also still purchase the Founder’s Packs for the next seven days to get early access, exclusive items, special mounts, pets, skins and more. You can also some of the new screenshots released today in gallery below. Click on the thumbnails to see the full-size images.

WeMade also released a new developer blog on the game that shares new details about the Open Beta for the game, including the increased level cap, new regions, PvP and PvE systems, guild alliances and battles and also new gameplay features. The Open Beta will have a max level of 25 that’s attainable. The following update will then raise the level cap to 35 in July.

There will be a number of regions for players to explore with the open beta. There will be the Parna’s Coast, a snow-covered zone that will be available for players at levels 25 through 35 in July. There’s also the Cavern of Veil in the Parna’s Coast, where the Merumi zealots worship the Radan. This will be a big underground cave. Another area is the Frost Keep, which is the stronghold of the Frost Guard and their leader Rondo, who abducted Princess Lania. Each region int he game has its own distinctive ecosystem and unique dungeons and familiars.

The Open Beta for Riders of Icarus officially starts on July 6. 

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  • June 30, 2016 at 10:01 pm

    Kind of tired of this type of design and aesthetic to be completely honest but most of the time once I get to play the game I at least find something to like about it enough that I can get past the look so hopefully the game is at least good.


  • June 30, 2016 at 10:55 pm
    DeeDee

    Kind of tired of this type of design and aesthetic to be completely honest but most of the time once I get to play the game I at least find something to like about it enough that I can get past the look so hopefully the game is at least good.

    I pretty much agree with this word for word. I hadn't heard of the game prior to seeing this topic, and everything about the game just "screams" generic from the art direction to the character design. Perhaps the gameplay will be solid, but seeing Nexon's name attached to it doesn't instill me with very much hope.


  • July 1, 2016 at 12:47 pm

    Despite what others people are saying I don't think the design is that generic, the characters design seems pretty interesting. I'm sure the gameplay will be at least decent.


  • July 1, 2016 at 10:11 pm
    qag

    I pretty much agree with this word for word. I hadn't heard of the game prior to seeing this topic, and everything about the game just "screams" generic from the art direction to the character design. Perhaps the gameplay will be solid, but seeing Nexon's name attached to it doesn't instill me with very much hope.

    Glad to know I'm not alone in feeling this way lol.

    FuZyOn

    Despite what others people are saying I don't think the design is that generic, the characters design seems pretty interesting. I'm sure the gameplay will be at least decent.

    It does look like it's doing some things different so I agree. It's just my personal taste as I've never really been fond of medieval fantastical themes but I do like when they add big splashes of color like they seem to be doing here at least because most of the time this genre looks very monotone to me


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