2029 Online billed itself as a free-to-play skill-based sci fi MMORPG. The game put players on the alien planet of Helen Continent, choosing from three character classes in a struggle for survival. 2029 focused much of the gameplay on co-op quests, quick leveling, and plenty of customization options for equipment and vehicles. Vehicles had their own ability to level up along with characters, a unique game element among other MMORPGs. Players looking for fast-paced dungeon crawling with a ton of character customization would have loved 2029, despite its faults. FEATURES
The team at IGG have announced a recognition of some server bugs that have been plaguing the game of late. They're working to not only correct the issue, but to ensure that no players are taking advantage of the current issue.
We have just been given 2000 gift keys for 2029 Online that will give players $50 worth of in game items completely free!
A new Mentor Rewards program has been launched in 2029 Online. In the new program, veterans of the game will be able to be linked up with other players as their mentors and earn rewards for helping their apprentices level up. Rewards include bronze, silver, and gold medals, and these medals can be exchanged for valuable items up to and including a level 70 purple gear piece.
2029 Online has expanded their beta test to more users with the introduction of an additional server. The new server, called Gaia, went live on July 2nd 2009, 4AM EST.
Due to an error in my HTML, we are re-publishing Jason Chamberlain's 2029 article from yesterday. Turns out half of the page wasn't loading. Enjoy it again now in its full glory.