Just a couple days ago on April 19, GAMESCO announced and released the largest update ever to its MMORPG, Titan Siege. This game features 2,000 player siege battles, and now offers over 50 new quests, 50+ new weapons and armor sets, and over 500 or more items including the "Equipment of the Gods" collection.
Besides all the new quests, the Equipment of the Gods collection is probably one of the biggest highlights of this update. This collection gives high-level players the ability to equip one of the game's most powerful weapons, including but not limited to the Sword of the Warrior Gods, as well as pure gold-plated war armor. And of course, high-level players now can also enjoy and look forward to over 50 new quests and hundreds more hours worth of extra gameplay and places to explore in the expanding world. Now who doesn't like that?
Another addition to this update is a brand new game store that will be open for business. This store will allow all players to buy unique items and units using in-game currency. Some of the things you can buy are faster and stronger beast companions, enhanced battle clothing, healing items, and more.
This update is introducing a new Totem system that promises to make combat more varied then ever before. The totems, which you can find around the world, will provide players with valuable percentage bonus points during a battle. Being near a totem will give players an increase in either magic, speed, or defense attributes.
If you are unaware of this game, since it was just given a western release recently, Titan Siege's game world features over 300 creatures, 15 cities, and over 300 quests. Not to mention it has epic 2000-player sieges in which players can command armies and up to ten different siege engines.
Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more updates on Titan Siege as they are revealed and released. If you are an MMORPG player, Titan Siege seems like a good game to check out -- I myself just started playing the game yesterday while waiting for Grimm: Dark Legacy, another MMO that's being released to beta this year by the same developer.