Developed by Auran Games, Fury was a PvP-centric title with some loose RPG elements such as item collection, leveling, and skill development. The game had a faster combat pace than most standard RPGs, and based its gameplay on mostly instantly-activated skills and spells that didn't require cooldowns. Fury was shut down in August of 2008.
It seems that the folks at Auran Games, who announced back in December of '07 that their PvP-centric MMORPG Fury would be moving from a subscription model to a free-to-play model, have run out of time.
Auran Games has announced the full breakdown of the $25,000 in prizes that are available to be won in Fury League.
Auran has announced the launch of Fury League, a new game which walks in the footsteps of Fury, and promises cash for the game's top players.
Recently, News Manager Keith Cross had the opportunity to sit down and talk to Tony Hilliam, the CEO of Auran and Lead Designer on their game, Fury. As you may or may not recall, after Fury's launch, Auran announced that they would be pulling back significantly on staff and resources for the PvP game. Today, Keith talks to Tony about the progress that has been made since then.