Martial arts MMO Age of Wushu will launch in North America on April 10, developer Snail Games announced in the most recent trailer for the game.
The U.S. launch follows the game's initial release in China where it has seen over 10 million registered users. The game has since been in beta while the studio readied the title for Western audiences.
"We received and incorporated an abundance of player feedback during beta," said content generation lead Tyler Rawlins in a prepared statement. The title is described as bringing an authentic presentation of Chinese martial arts to video game combat.
A new trailer for Age of Wushu, Snail Games' upcoming massively multiplayer online game, shows off the eight schools players will be able to join.
Age of Wushu's schools will cater to a variety of interests and all alignments. For those taking the righteous path, players might want to check out the Emei, who specialize in group healing, or the Wudang, known for their continuous group attack skill. The Shaolin, with the ability to group stun, or the Beggars, who can perform group damage, provide other options.
Players seeking neutral alignment should consider the school of Scholars or the Tangmen. While the Scholars attack with music, Tangmen are apt with poisons and hidden weapons.
Evil players will want to join the Royal Guards, who known for their crafty and cunning skills, or the...
A recent trailer for Age of Wushu, Snail Games' impending massively multiplayer online role playing game, features a battle between representatives from two of the game's fighting schools.
Check out the trailer above to see a Beggar, a rough-and-tumble fighter, versus a Tangmen, a quick and crafty warrior. To learn more about Age of Wushu, which recently completed a closed beta, be sure to check out our interview with Tyler Rawlins, the game's content generation lead.