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Dragon’s Prophet will let you train your own dragon this September

Free-to-play massively multiplayer online role-playing game, Dragon's Prophet, will launch in North America and Europe on Sept. 18, Sony Online Entertainment announced during the SOE Live keynote.

Currently in open beta, the full launch release will introduce the Frontier System — player-versus-player (PvP) siege matches — where multiple guilds fight for control of Citadels in Auratia and defend them from enemy guilds once captured. Additional launch features include a new adventuring zone with four dungeons, increased level cap and more.

Dragon’s Prophet has brought together what every fantasy-MMO player looks for in a new game: intense, action-based combat, a compelling end-game siege system, and more dragons than any other MMO to play and interact with like never before,” John Smedley, president of Sony Online Entertainment, said in a prepared statement. “Open Beta continues to provide us with valuable player feedback, and working closely with Runewaker and Infernum, we have already made major strides in improving the game’s performance. We will continue to integrate feedback and make refinements to the game to ensure that Dragon’s Prophet delivers a high-quality, meaningful online experience at launch and beyond.”

SOE Live 2013 is currently underway in Las Vegas, Nev., from Aug. 1-4. Sony will livestream keynotes, tournaments and more through Twitch.

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