Registration is now open for the closed beta of upcoming MMOG RF Online. The closed beta test (CBT) is going to begin in the end of October / early November at the latest, inviting players to test the brand-new version of the sci-fi classic. Version 1.5 contains a different game-system, with a massive focus on PvP instead of grinding. Additional more than 400 updates in content, gameplay and mechanics will come with 1.5. The new version is going to be released in Europe for the first time.
GamesCampus released a new teaser website for the title, http://rfonline.gamescampus.eu, containing the application form for the closed beta, various artworks, screenshots and trailers as well as a forum for fans of the highly anticipated RF Online 1.5. The game focuses on the never-ending conflict between three races, Bellatians, Corites, and Accretians, as well as their resistance against ARCANE. The three races are so different from each other in almost every aspect that each player can find a character which is suitable to him.
RF Online is not going to be limited to the regional servers in Europe, USA and Korea: GamesCampus will also run global PvP tournaments between the best guildsīn players across all the different regions.
Joining the beta gives players the chance to get rewards which they can use after official release. After the CBT, created characters will be wiped. 2-3 weeks after CBT end, the Open Beta will start and after some weeks directly turn into release status. Players can from now on apply for the CBT at http://rfonline.gamescampus.eu, supported languages will be english and german.
rfonline.gamescampus.eu - Join the European Closed Beta
About GamesCampus/OnNet Europe:
OnNet Europe is the operating company of the successful free-2-play gaming portal GamesCampus. The company based in Berlin is a European subsidiary of the Korean publisher, OnNet Entertainment, and part of the Daum company group. On the European market OnNet is mainly known for the successful online golf simulation, Shot Online. Other games include martial arts MMORPG 9Dragons, the anime game, Legend of Edda and the online trading card game Carte. For more information, visit www.gamescampus.eu