Earth Eternal was a free-to-play browser-based fantasy MMORPG where players could explore the splintered remains of Europe long after the fall of man. Players could choose from twelve unique races and take advantage of an in-depth skill system with more than fifty skills available. Twenty-two races, four classes, no loading zones, and no death penalty were some other features to be included.
Outblaze and TurnOut Ventures have announced that the open beta for Earth Eternal has officially commenced. The open beta is expected to last several weeks and participating players will receive a nice rewards package that includes a Beta Beast banner, a Beta Beast helmet, and a boost to character experience gain. Devs have also indicated that players reaching level 30 will receive an special reward.
A lot of excitement coming out of the internet today as the announcement that Earth Eternal was on its way back to the North American market. Outblaze and TurnOut Ventures made the announcement exclusively through MMORPG.com this morning, now you can check out the entire press release right here.
Earth Eternal is coming back to North American audiences. With new ownership of the game, handled now by Outblaze and TurnOut Ventures, we can expect a revamped and revived game. Within the next few weeks, players should expect to keep their eyes peeled for the Open Beta Test of the game.
Earth Eternal, the browser based game from Sparkplay, is facing closure unless devs can find a buyer at an auction today. CEO Matt Mihaly has penned a letter to EE fans and players. "Sparkplay has hit hard times and is not going to survive. I had to lay off all of our staff except for two people (one of which is me) on Friday, and it's likely that by this time next week neither of us will be with Sparkplay any more either. The simple fact is that we've run out of money." Mihaly writes.
The team over at Earth Eternal has kicked off a new developer journal series here at MMORPG.com by talking about Zombie Awareness Month.