Free To Play MMO Skyforge Arrives On Xbox One

Free To Play MMO Skyforge Arrives On Xbox One

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Free To Play MMO Skyforge Arrives On Xbox One

Action MMO Skyforge is now available on Xbox One, granting its users the opportunity to embark on a journey to become immortal and free their home world! Developer Allods Team and publisher My.com are excited to announce that the free-to-play game is now available for Microsoft’s premier entertainment brand. Skyforge offers a unique mix of sci-fi and fantasy sure to appeal to both RPG fans looking forward to wildly different classes that they can switch between on demand and action fans searching for combat mechanics they won’t come across in any other MMO!

From savage chainsword-wielding Berserkers to cybernetic cannon toting Gunners, each of Skyforge’s 15 classes have been designed to provide players with a unique style, appearance and abilities in order to appeal to a wide range of preferred playstylesPlayers begin their journey by choosing one of the following three classes which they can customize to make uniquely their own before jumping straight into the action.

Skyforge contains dozens of hours of entertainment with Campaign mode, and unlimited hours in various PVE and PVP game modes, all in over 100 locations. Group up with other immortals or fight solo. Play in open zones or short instances! Even the most dedicated players will find a vast variety of content available. Skyforge has something to offer for every type of MMO player.

For more information about the game, check out the official site here.

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