The good folks at NetDevil and NCSoft have announced that a pre-order drive to build up to the upcoming launch of Auto Assault has kicked off. Here are all the details:
Customers who pre-order game enjoy many benefits, including access to beta testing events, head start, and loot bonus upon commercial launch
AUSTIN, Texas, May 11, 2005—NCsoft® Corporation (KSE: 036570.KS), the world's leading developer and publisher of online computer games, announces the beginning of its North American pre-order campaign for Auto Assault™. Pre-order boxes will begin to appear on store shelves this week at retail outlets throughout the United States and Canada.
Customers who pre-order Auto Assault will receive a special in-game weapon only available in the pre-sale boxes, plus a loot bonus. In addition, the pre-order CD contains art, screens, wallpapers, and music tracks. Customers who purchase this special edition pre-order box and register the product will also be eligible to participate in beta testing events and given a head start over other players before the commercial launch of the product.
Auto Assault, developed by NetDevil®, is the first massively multiplayer online (MMO) vehicular combat game, combining the best elements of action games with the most favored qualities of role-playing games. Featuring high-speed vehicular combat and spectacularly destructible environments, Auto Assault redefines expectations of the online role-playing genre. The fastest, most destructive MMO ever, Auto Assault delivers adrenaline-fueled horsepower and mind-blowing firepower as customized bikes, cars, trucks and semis blaze a trail over a post-apocalyptic land. More information about Auto Assault can be found at http://www.autoassault.com.
NCsoft’s North American business is headquartered in Austin, Texas and is part of Korea-based NCsoft Corporation. NCsoft, with its own development and publishing offices in Texas and California, also works with subsidiaries and third party developers throughout North America to develop and publish innovative online entertainment software products. The company launched two massively multiplayer titles on the same day last year: Lineage® II and City of Heroes®, and in April of 2005 released its fourth title, the highly anticipated, Guild Wars®. NCsoft expects to launch two more massively multiplayer titles in 2005: Auto Assault™ and City of Villains™. More information about NCsoft can be found at http://www.PlayNC.com. For NCsoft corporate information go to http://www.ncsoft.net/eng.
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