Petroglyph launches Rise of Immortals for PC

Rise of Immortals (PC) Launch Announcement - HeaderPetroglyph’s new free-to-play Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) game, Rise of Immortals, is available for download. The micro-transaction-based release is free to play and features boss encounters, 10-player versus, three-player co-op against bots, and player-versus-environment instances with boss encounters. There are 12 Immortals ready to try, with more scheduled to be released “on a regular basis.” Each Immortal has persistent state enhancements through artifacts and their own skill tree. There is also stat tracking for each Immortal, player hubs for instances and chatting about, and soon, collectible pets for combat and vanity.

The launch also marks the final day to win one of two Nvidia 3D Vision prize package, each consisting of a 23″ 3D-ready monitor, a Superclocked GeForce GTX 560 GPU, and 3D Vision glasses. To enter, register for Rise of Immortals, log in to the game, and either “Like” the official Facebook page or follow the official Twitter feed. Additional details can be found here.

Rise of Immortals is a free-to-play, micro-transaction-based online game that is available via direct download. The game features the popular action-strategy gameplay of traditional MOBA games, but adds enhanced socialization features, along with persistent character progression – a first for the MOBA genre. In addition, Rise of Immortals features a social hub where players can show off their enhanced Immortals, chat, emote, browse leaderboards, shop, update friend lists and more. Players also have the option of taking their Immortals through cooperative Player versus Environment (PvE) scenarios to learn the game, try out new abilities, and earn persistent experience before jumping into Player versus Player (PvP) matches online.

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