Chinese Mythology Blockbuster New Gulong Online Coming To Southeast Asia
ByDate: 02-03-2013 Views:
Based on the popular Chinese Wuxia novelist Gulong, New Gulong Online is the latest MMORPG by Zealot Digital. More than a hundred people from Zealot Digital’s team spent three years to develop the game.
The game captures the essence of Gulong’s story with its six warring factions and hundreds of Kongfu fighting styles. Gamers can marvel at the high quality graphics depicting minute details of the game
GuLong Online’s main story content is derived from the popular novels “Passionate
Swordmaster & Heartless Sword” , “Xiao Li Swift Darts” , “Ultimate Pair” and “Adventures of Lu Xiao Feng”.
Game players will meet and interact with many established characters and heroes from the classic Gulong novels, and experience the many aspects of Chinese Kongfu and weapons. There are more than 6,000 story plots and adventures and over 200 monsters and story scenes to keep players entertained with New Gulong Online.
Chin-Po Wang , Chairman of Softworld said, “Southeast Asia, which is expecting to have 117 million gamers and estimated games revenue of US$1 billion, is a lucrative market for Softworld to expand into. With such a large gaming community, we are keen to capture more gaming revenue beyond our traditional North Asian markets.
“This is why we are translating the game into Bahasa Indonesia and Thai for the gamers in the respective countries. IAHGames has an excellent track record of distributing online game chartbusters and with their 45 payment gateways and localisation capabilities, we are sure New Gulong Online will be a hit in Southeast Asia.”
IAHGames Group CEO, Mr Roland Ong said, “Southeast Asia has a gaming community of more than 50 million gamers. IAHGames will be launching a variety of games genre into the Southeast Asia region including Chinese Wuxia. Just in Singapore and Malaysia alone, the gaming industry boasts about 7 million gamers for us to market New Gulong Online.
“Also, the response to the launch of our very first Chinese Wuxia online game - PAL Online - is very encouraging. In the one week of its close beta period, it saw more than 30,000 registered gamers - 85 percent of whom came from Singapore and Malaysia. So, we intend to introduce more Asian online games into the region in the near future, and create a win-win situation.”
The closed beta testing will be at the end of the first quarter of this year. Gamers will experience the treacherous dungeons, new skills, and various in-game activities such as auction houses, item mall, and VIP benefits.