New Legend of Edda Press Release: Art + Screenshots

By Kenneth Richardson

July 20, 2010

A charming new MMORPG has been announced. The game is called Legend of Edda and it features a cutesy graphical style that will remind you of Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles. It is being published by GamesCampus, who have published other MMOs such as Asda Story in the past. While at first glance the game may appear friendly and childish, it possesses deep PVP and customization options. Hit the break for the full press release as well as the screens and artwork.


The Fast-Paced Adventure MMO Will Feature Charming Characters In
Intense Battles Set In An Ancient Mythological Fantasy World

Sunnyvale, Calif. (July 20, 2010) – Leading online game publisher, (, announced today its upcoming
free-to-play, massively multiplayer online role playing game (MMORPG),
Legend of Edda.  Developed by EYA Soft, this fast-paced MMO will go
into beta later this fall and will feature intense PVP battles along
with trademark cute characters.  For more information on the game and
to follow the latest updates, visit

Based on the Greek mythological conflict between the Gods of the
Olympus and the Titans, Legend of Edda takes players through a dynamic
storyline divided into five unique chapters based on the conflict of
two opposing factions.  Players will pledge their allegiance to
Olympus or Titan from the beginning — prior to character creation —
which will play a large role in upcoming PVP and RVR battles.
Fast-paced PVP battles are the cornerstone of the game and will
include intense personal battles, guild battles and player-killing
(PK) where opposing factions can attack each other at any time.
Additional PVP battles will include the Sacred Treasure Battle: a
large scale RVR battle between followers of each god to obtain the
sacred treasures and, lastly, the game features Guild vs. Guild mode,
where players will battle within an enclosed battle ring.

“At first glance, Legend of Edda might look like a “cute” game, but
ultimately it is a fast-paced intense battle featuring powerful PVP,
and large scale RVR battles,” said David Chang, EVP of Marketing and
Business Development for GamesCampus.  “With a deep class system, a
unique portal system, a special pet system, various quest varieties
and much more, it offers a compelling online gaming experience that
will keep players entertained for hours on end.”

Legend of Edda will offer a deep class system including six options:
Warrior, Swordsman, Assassin, Archer, Cleric and Wizard.  Players will
be able to choose their character’s first class during initial
character creation and upgrade to subclasses by completing promotion
quests and eventually upgrading to different classes while obtaining
greater and more powerful skills.  A unique portal system will make
transporting among maps and areas seamless and keeps the gameplay flow
intense.  Players can also look forward to instanced dungeons,
monsters, a special pet system, and four varieties of quests!


About GamesCampus is a thriving Free-to-Play games portal operated
by OnNet USA and serving the Western gaming market. Headquartered in
California, OnNet USA was founded in 2006 with the launch of its
highly successful golf simulation game, Shot Online and recently
expanded its operations with a new office in Germany. Games Campus’
diverse game portfolio includes MMOs ranging from sports titles such
as Shot Online and MLB Dugout Heroes, to fantastic fantasy MMOs like
Asda Story, Soul Master and Legend of Edda and WWII Flight Combat
Simulator, Heroes In The Sky .  All of titles are
completely free to play, and can be accessed at
or in Europe at

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Kenneth Richardson

Kenneth is a Graphics and Game Design student who's worked as an author for since June of 2010. His favorite gaming genres are Fighting, Role Playing and Sadistic Action games like Ninja Gaiden and Bayonetta. In addition to gaming, he is also strongly interested in music, fashion, art, culture, literature, education, religion, cuisine, photography, architecture, philosophy, film, dance, and most forms of creative expression.

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