WAKFU, the just-released anime-styled MMO by french developers Ankama, has launched its fourth developer diary. This one primarily dealing with the four divided nations, how they came to be, and how this impacts the player over the course of their time.
They've taken consideration with this new entry to their long-running continuity of WAKFU, especially since 1,000 years have passed since the last game, Dofus. Ogrest, who had collected the six dofus eggs, accidentally destroyed much of the world, flooding it, so only islands remain, and the nations upon them. Each nation, with seven territories per, has its own attribute - farmland, lumber, mining, and fishing - and it's up to the player to govern them.
They also go into detail about the Headquarters, the safe zone of the nation which MMO veterans will recognize as the normal 'newbie zone.' In case there were concerns, they also address the fact that there are also additional islands with uncharted terrain that can be overtaken by the player, for their nation, resulting in a power struggle over the resources each one needs.
If this sounds like your kind of game, head over to the Wakfu Website to register!
The last beta day for WAKFU is over and that means you can begin to take advantage of all the WAKFU launch offers. By subscribing now players can enjoy a complete and limitless gaming experience that offers:
There are plenty of differences between subscribers and non-subscribers, so be sure to check out the "Why Subscribe to WAKFU" page for more details!
Since February 29th doesn't come by every year, Ankama and Square Enix want to celebrate it in style! In order to herald this rare event, SE and Ankama have announced that Wakfu will be officially released worldwide on Wednesday February 29th, 2012.
For North American players, Square Enix is organizing a stress test weekend starting tomorrow on the North American server, Nox. If you hop on during this weekend to check out Wakfu's open beta, you can join in on several in-game events to win items! Aw yeah!