KoG Games has added a game changing update to KurtzPel: Bringer of Chaos that introduces a new character and karma weapon to the game. This latest update comes after the third round of player testing in Etheca Proving Grounds, an application-driver test server where players are able to test out different combos and playstyles and provide valuable feedback.
KoG Games has announced that more characters are being rebooted for the free-to-play side-scroll brawler MMORPG Elsword. The character Aisha, Add, Raven and Laby are being reworked and adjusted. Massive changes are coming to the reboot characters. This means reset for skill slots, skill traits, commands, and stats. A list of changes is given in detail on the official Elsword site.
KurtzPel Karma Basics Guide – What Are Karmas? How Can I Get More? How Do I Upgrade? (Class/Weapon Type System)
KurtzPel: Bringer of Chaos is KoG Games’ new multiplayer brawler RPG and spiritual successor to the MMORPGs Elsword and Grand Chase. The game is primarily PvP-focused and offers a unique system called the Karma system.
KoG Games‘ KurtzPel: Bringer of Chaos, the new fast-paced action combat brawler RPG is now available on Steam as an early access title. The game is free-to-play, but not everyone can play it yet. Today’s release is for the North American and South American regions only. Players in European and Asian regions must continue to patiently wait. KurtzPel will be playable in European regions in June and in Asian regions in July.
KurtzPel Is Launching As A Free-to-Play Game On Steam On April 30th For NA/SA – EU & Asia At Later Dates
KurtzPel: Bringer of Chaos, the PvP-heavy multiplayer action game developed by KoG Games (Grand Chase & Elsword developer), is launching into Steam Early Access before the end of the month. On April 30th at 9:00 PDT, the game will be released as a free-to-play title. That release will make the game available for North and South American countries. Availability will be granted to European regions in June. Asian countries will gain access early in July.
KurtzPel’s Steam Early Access Will Have English & Korean Voices – KoG Previews NPC Heroes With English Voice Acting
KoG Games has announced that KurtzPel: Bringer of Chaos, the upcoming PvP-heavy multiplayer anime RPG will have English and Korean voices. When testers jumped into the game for the first time on Steam during the closed beta on February, they were met with NPCs that only spoke in Korean. When KurtzPel launches into Early Access sometime this year, there will be “English voices as well”. You can watch a preview of in-game cutscenes below.
KoG Games has announced some details for the upcoming closed beta test of KurtzPel, the action-combat PvP-heavy anime MMO on Steam. The game’s global closed beta will begin on February 20, 2019 and end on February 24, 2019 (5 days in total). It was initially announced that 2 keys will be distributed per registered e-mail, but due to the large number of registrants for the CBT, only 1 key per registered player will be sent.
Those chosen to beta testers will receive their keys on February 13th. To sign up, you’ll have to register on the official KurtzPel site. You may want to hurry if you’re aiming to play during the upcoming CBT, since registrations have been open since the beginning of this month.
KurtzPel Opens Sign-ups For A Global Closed Beta & Updates Official Website – Early Access In Q1 & Full Release Date In 2019
KoG Games has announced a Closed Beta Testing phase for the upcoming PvP-focused anime brawler MMO KurtzPel: Bringer of Chaos. Sign ups for a chance to receive a closed beta key are now being accepted on the official KurtzPel website. This CBT will be global. As of now, a set date has not been announced for the start of this testing phase yet.
CBT players can expect new content and feature changes to combat, character progressions and more based on feedback from the Alpha tests in 2018. KurtzPel’s release date for its early access will be in Q1 2019 with a full release before the year ends. For more information on the CBT, visit the latest KurtzPel Developer’s blog.