Video Spotlight Released for New DotA-inspired MOBA
SANTA CLARA, Calif.?– April 27, 2011– Aeria Games, a leading global publisher of microtransaction-based online games, has released a new Hero Showcase for Realm of the Titans , its upcoming Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) title, originally inspired by Defense of the Ancients. In Realm of the Titans, two teams of five players each vie for control of a dynamic map. Adaptability and teamwork are vital for ultimate victory in this tightly focused action strategy title.
Every playable hero in Realm of the Titans has a unique skill set, which defines their best gameplay style. Nevetira is a master of weather manipulation, largely learned as a survival tactic from her harsh upbringing in a remote mountain village, grimly located at the center of the region’s most severe weather patterns. The video shows off Nevetira’s skills using battle footage taken during the game’s recent Alpha Test.
Nevetira’s arsenal of storm-summoning skills:
- <*> Thunder Ball– Cause damage and stun for 0.1 second. Light target's surroundings within a range of 1400 for 3 seconds. Thunder ball has 1800 Movement Speed.*> <*> Howling Wind– Force enemies within range to turn around. Prolong their turning duration for 3 seconds.*> <*> Wind Blessing– Restore ally unit's Mana for 20 seconds*> <*> Thunder Clap– (Ultimate) Throw some thunder balls, which collect energy in the air and target nearby enemies. Each ball causes 120 damage to targets it hits directly, 80 Area Effect, and 0.1 second of stun.*>
About Aeria Games
Aeria Games is the leader in free-to-play massively multiplayer online (MMO) games in North America, Latin America, and Europe, with offices in Santa Clara, California, Berlin, Germany and Sao Paulo, Brazil. Since our debut in 2006, we have published a diversified and growing portfolio of critically-acclaimed microtransaction-based online games, from action MMO games, first-person shooters (FPS), to fantasy and casual MMORPGs.? We deliver deep, immersive and interactive entertainment to millions of gamers worldwide.