Forsaken World coming to South East Asia?

Written by Contributor

March 16, 2011

Perfect World collaborated with Cubinet Interactive (which also includes its subsidiaries from Thailand and the Philippines) once again to license the newest MMORPG Forsaken World to Singapore and Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines. Also Perfect World signed an agreement with Gamania Digital Entertainment to license the game to Hong Kong and Macau. Cubinet Interactive has two license games from Perfect World in the Philippines namely Battle of the Immortals and Legend of Martial Arts.
As of now, there is still no official statement from Cubizone Philippines on when will be the official close beta launch of Forsaken World, but upon visitng the Cubizone International website, we found a link for Forsaken World, but it is still marked as “coming soon”.
Forsaken World is a 3D MMORPG which caters to the tastes of global game players. Set against the backdrop of a fantasy world, Forsaken World breaks new ground by introducing a multitude of innovative features and novel gaming concepts. Players themselves are able to alter the fate of the world through their individual actions in the game. Forsaken World was first launched in China last October 2010. An international version of Forsaken World was released by Perfect World Entertainment in North America and has began its Open Beta Phase on March 9, 2011.
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