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Canaan Online begins beta test

Seoul, Korea – Gravity’s causal MMORPG webgame Canaan Online began OBT on September 10, at 3:00 p.m.

Canaan Online is a casual MMORPG that boasts some charming graphics. The game has myriads of customizable options, an automatic combat system, PVP, guild wars, and scramble for fame, and as you may have guessed it boasts ample content for a webgame.

This OBT tested a training system that allows improvement of skills, user-to-user trading via auction, instance dungeons, and a new map area named Kazan for higher-level characters. During the CBT, users got a taste of Canaan Online’s neat graphics and pet system and turn-based combat and responded very positively, although the game is quite different from past webgames. The developers expect an encore from the OBT users as well.

Canaan Online can be played as an OBT without any additional install client, simply by going to the official website and registering an ID.

The game will be offering four different promotional events as part of the OBT. The first is the attendance-record event, which ends on September 16. Users who keep a perfect attendance record by leaving a comment on the designated bulletin board will be eligible to win a 23-inch LG monitor or a Pizza Hut meal. Users can also upload reviews and stories of their gameplay on blogs or Web communities and report it on the official bulletin board to become one of 20 winners who take home a 10,000-KRW gift certificate. The event ends on October 6.

From among users who, during the period of the event, reach level 20 and go through the training system and users who reach level 40, four users will win an Apple keyboard and a iRiver e-book reader. Others can win by using the pet system and uploading screenshots of pets on the bulletin. board. A drawing will be held to select six users with the coolest pets to win a Samsung digital camera.

In line with Canaan Online’s promotion, Afreeca TV will air live information and play-techniques for users this September 15.

Gravity’s Development Strategy Group Manager Jung Sei Yoon shared, “Our last CBT was met with a real big welcome by users, and we were able to confirm its potential. We will continue doing our best to add variety to the content and the gaming system, for greater playability.”

Source: Betagame (Original article in Korean)
Translated by Abe Jung

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