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"Let the bloodshed begin," announces the debut trailer of NEOWIZ GAMES' upcoming free-to-play martial arts title, Seven Souls Online, and wow, it is not kidding around. The announcement trailer is essentially a montage of a number of player-characters running around and beating the crap out of everything until it explodes into a fine, crimson mist. And you know what? We're totally OK with that. Sure, we don't actually know much of anything about the gameplay or the story or... well, anything else, but when I can hit something so hard that I knock it straight out of existence, none of that really matters anymore. For the full trailer, click on past the cut, and be sure to stay tuned tomorrow for more information from Seven Souls Online.

[Source: NEOWIZ GAMES]

[Update: We've added the official press release behind the break too! It includes a mention of the game's closed beta test, which you can now apply for.]




Official press release: NEOWIZ GAMES Announces Seven Souls Online

Hyper-paced Combat MMORPG to Make its North American Debut this Spring

Los Angeles - Jan. 18, 2012 - A series of bloody battles awaits players in the "blitz-paced" massively multiplayer online game (MMORPG) Seven Souls Online from NEOWIZ GAMES. Set to launch in North America this spring, Seven Souls Online is currently accepting pre-registration for closed beta testers at the game's official website, http://www.sevensoulsonline.com, which also features a never-before-seen game trailer.

Seven Souls Online allows players to unleash their inner demon in a fantasy world which combines the ancient East and West, fused with elements of science-fiction. Players can choose from three character classes, the magic-enhanced Manatech Rebel, the savage Imperial Guard and the cunning Exiled Avenger, and then slaughter their way through vast armies of enemies.

Additional Seven Souls Online features include:

  • Rage Mode - With the push of a button, players can turn their characters into gruesome monsters for increased attack strength and critical attack chance.
  • Book of Lost Souls - This book is one of the game's most distinctive features. It not only tells the background story, but also differentiates each class from others by providing distinctive skills and power-ups.
  • Enchant and Cube Systems- Players can enjoy easy-to-use Enchant and Cube Systems to enforce or dismantle their items and weapons. The randomness aspect allows players to acquire extremely rare items.
  • Anti-Bot - Seven Souls Online does not welcome hunting bots. The anti-bot system will penalize excessive hunters while rewarding loyal, quest-completing players.
"Seven Souls Online will raise the bar for free-to-play MMORPGs in the North American market," said John Nam, COO of NEOWIZ GAMES Inc. "The game is set to provide an electrifying online free-to-play experience with its distinctive features and gorgeous graphics."

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