ELOA: Elite Lord of Alliance Begins Open Beta Test Today

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November 18, 2015

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WEBZEN, a global developer and publisher of free-to-play games, today announced that the open beta test for its upcoming triple-action hack ‘n’ slash MMORPG ELOA: Elite Lord of Alliance has begun, with the official release currently slated for the 24th of November.

ELOA: Elite Lord of Alliance is an anime-inspired triple-action hack ‘n’ slash MMORPG, with classic action RPG elements and unique dynamic 3-combat-stance gameplay.

The open beta will allow players to delve into the adventure through the vast world of ELOA, letting them progress up to level 30, and will introduce the “Mud Swamp Floor”, a dungeon where players can acquire new drop items.

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Players will be able to experience the game’s excellent PvP system during the OBT. ELOA offers the “Blood Battlefield” and Honor Battlefield” PvP areas that can be played during certain times, based on certain rules. In the Blood Battlefield, players can enjoy small scale PvP ranging from 1v1 to 4v4 matches.

The Honor Battlefield is scheduled to be added to the game in the near future, and will allow players to take part in a MOBA type system, offering 6v6 to 12v12 matches.

To celebrate the open beta, the ELOA team is organizing several in-game events. These will include a level-up event and an attendance check event, spanning from the 17th of November until the weekly maintenance on the 30th of November, 2015 (UTC).

Interested players with a WEBZEN account can download the game client on the official website: http://eloa.webzen.com/

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