MMO Brawler Game Lost Saga Is Coming To PH MMO Brawler Game Lost Saga Is Coming To PH
There have been many different kinds of games that fall into the MMO category. Usually, role-playing games dominate this genre but a few have... MMO Brawler Game Lost Saga Is Coming To PH

There have been many different kinds of games that fall into the MMO category. Usually, role-playing games dominate this genre but a few have blended other mechanics to refresh the online multiplayer category. Games like Warframe, Dauntless, and Audition Online are considered MMOs, but are not really considered RPGs.

Enter Lost Saga. It’s an MMO brawler from Korean developer I.O. Entertainment and brought to the country by GameClub Philippines. Lost Saga pits individuals or teams against others in an all-out melee for dominance in a variety of game modes: eliminate the competition in Death Match mode, Team Death Match mode, Prisoner mode, or Crusader mode.

Screenshot from GamePressure

You can play with any of the game’s ever-expanding pool of character classes, each with their own strengths and weaknesses, equip your choice of items, and form your team.

“This game is a wonderful sandbox of possibilities: there are more characters that will be steadily included in the near future, more stages, more game modes. And even now, there is a lot of space for coming up with strategies, whether in coming up with a powerful team composition for a particular game mode or stage, coming up with a personal item and skill combination that best suits your play style, and much more,” said Marc Angelo Bulosan of GameClub Philippines.

The game’s many combinations of modes, stages, and classes also allow numerous possibilities for competitive play; already, the development team is working at fostering an environment that accommodates both casual and competitive gamers. Will we see Lost Saga jump into esports territory? That may come in the near future!

“We’re pretty confident that this game will bring out the more competitive side of skilled players looking for a really interesting challenge. We hope to see what exciting combinations and compositions they come up with in the future!” Bulosan added.

Lost Saga is officially going online this November 2018. For more information, visit www.lostsaga.ph.

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