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NCSoft Austin | Official Site
MMORPG | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 04/27/04)  | Pub:NCSoft
PVP:Yes | Distribution:Download,Retail | Retail Price:n/a | Pay Type:Free | Monthly Fee:Free
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Chronicles 3 Available

Posted by Dana Massey on May 11, 2005  | Comments

Chronicles 3 Available -

NCSoft has word that Chronciles 3, the latest free expansion to Lineage II, has gone online. This expansion brings dragons and other assorted fun to the PvP-centric MMORPG that has been a cross-continent hit for the MMORPG publishing giants.

NCsoft’s Lineage II Expansion Eases New Player Access; Introduces Epic Quest, Flying Dragons

Chronicle 3: Rise of Darkness gives a boost to new players and adds the epic Seven Signs Quest and fire breathing Wyvern

AUSTIN, Texas, May 11, 2005—NCsoft® Corporation (KSE: 036570.KS), the world’s leading developer and publisher of online computer games, has released Chronicle 3: Rise of Darkness, the third major expansion to Lineage® II: The Chaotic Chronicle, NCsoft’s premier player-versus-player (PvP) massively multiplayer online game. This expansion includes features that will help new players gain faster access to the game.

Chronicle 3, which is available free to all current subscribers via automatic download, brings several new elements to Lineage II’s land of Aden, with one of the most important being the addition of bonuses for new players. The bonuses will give new players a boost, allowing them to progress through the early levels at a faster pace so they may participate in the more advanced elements of Lineage II. As part of the bonus system, new players will receive additional items and adena, Lineage II’s in-game currency, for completing early quests. New players will also receive free beneficial magic from a guide in each village. Additionally, new players will receive full value for items, instead of partial credit, when exchanging them for more powerful items in village stores.

“This is a step that will allow players to more quickly participate in the advanced elements of Lineage II,” said Aaron Rigby, Lineage II’s North American producer. “Because Lineage II has so much to offer, it makes sense to get players through the early levels quickly so they fully realize the depth of the game and the amount of fun it provides.”

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