Edge of Night Comes for NetDragon Eudemons

NetDragon Websoft, a leading online game developer and operator in China, announced Thursday the open beta testing for the Chinese expansion pack (“EP”) “Edge of Night” for its flagship online game Eudemons Online.

The fifth EP introduces a mysterious “Vampire” class to provide veterans with more options and also attract new players captivated by vampire lore.

The new EP highlights a variety of exclusive skills, powerful weapons and featured pets for the Vampire class, which will collectively kick off a new era for online games, believes the company.

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In addition, the English version of “Edge of Night” is expected to be released in July 2011.  

A month ago, NetDragon had released a Chinese expansion pack “Soul of Steel” for its large-scale 2.5D MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game) “Zero Online.” (Read: NetDragon Soul of Steel for Zero Online)

Moreover, EitaroSoft and The9 Limited have concluded a license agreement to jointly deploy in the Chinese market a smartphone version of EitaroSoft’s Galaxy Frontier. It is said to be the first Japanese mobile 3D Action MMORPG, currently in service at two media sites. (Read: Galaxy Frontier on Smartphones in China)

As the global video gaming market is picking up steam, China is emerging as a leading game supplier to the game aficionados. Today, major games producers in China are offering their new games to meet the emerging demand. (Read: China Making Hot Games for Virtual Players)

According to the NetDragon, “Edge of Night” is the result of two years’ effort, and was designed to fully reflect players’ expectation for the quality and content of the title.

NetDragon expects that “Edge of Night” will inject fresh energy to this classic online game and help the title continue leading the Chinese developed fantasy MMORPG category.

Photo courtesy: NetDragon Websoft

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