Upcoming Action Anime MMORPG Kurtzpel Beginning Closed Beta In North America

Upcoming Action Anime MMORPG Kurtzpel Beginning Closed Beta In North America

Today we finally have some news pertaining to Kurtzpel and their release in North America. KOG Games, the company behind Elsword, Herowarz and Grand Chase announced on October 26th that they would begin opening closed beta registrations for the upcoming action Anime inspired MMO, Kurtzpel.

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What is Kurtzpel?

Kurtzpel is a 3D Anime inspired action MMORPG that utilizes real time combat as seen in other games like Soul Worker (best comparison) or Black Desert Online, with a large focus on PvP. While playing more like Soul Worker or Dragon Nest, Kurtzpel will still offer a large variety of story related PvE content and PvP content for bloodthirsty players hell-bent on destroying one another. Kurtzpel offers the best character customization in an Anime MMO to date, has highly detailed graphics and supposedly has “balanced PvP”.

In KurtzPel, classic action game dynamics are eminent when players outfit their characters with 2, separate trade/jobs, noted in the form of weapon paths (called Karma) that can be swapped out and utilized interchangeably during battle.
Players can enjoy various, comprehensive 2v2 PvP Modes; queued up by a smart, automated match-making system. Or, players can embark upon a larger-than-life, raid style, quest-driven battle system against big, bad, boss monsters.

Kurtzpel NA Release Date

KOG Games have given no official ETA on when the game will launch or even be playable, but we were promised “additional information in the coming months”, especially with the confirmed Steam-release.

“We are excited to reveal that we will be bringing KurtzPel to Steam and we want players to communicate directly with us during the closed beta,” said KOG Games CEO, Frank Kim. “We want the game to be exactly what gamers want, so we encourage players to give us as much feedback as possible to help us shape this game into one of the top action games on Steam.”

Kurtzpel NA Closed Beta Registration

For players that are looking to get into the closed beta, Kurtzpel’s Facebook page posted a form you can fill out for the opportunity to get in through Google.

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    MrWulf Reply
    Oct 29, 2018 @ 16:57 pm

    Heyya

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      ByteStix Reply
      Oct 30, 2018 @ 0:53 am

      Hey, MrWulf!

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    zdemigod Reply
    Oct 29, 2018 @ 21:06 pm

    Only thing ww really want from you is a non p2w and not broken MMO, it’s all we need! Elsword has amazing combat imo, Its so much fun but damn.

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      ByteStix Reply
      Oct 30, 2018 @ 0:53 am

      We’ll see. KOG made Elsword P2W unfortunately.

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    Ashlock Reply
    Oct 29, 2018 @ 21:28 pm

    I would love to test this game and produce content in the future

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    Ashlock Reply
    Oct 29, 2018 @ 21:28 pm

    I would love to test this game and produce content

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      ByteStix Reply
      Oct 30, 2018 @ 0:53 am

      Good luck getting in, then!

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    M4na Reply
    Oct 30, 2018 @ 0:07 am

    Thanks for that info, stix! This one slipped under my radar, but now I’m definitely going to keep tabs on it. Love anime mmorpgs

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      ByteStix Reply
      Oct 30, 2018 @ 0:52 am

      No problem, M4na! Hope to see you in the beta!

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    Muffin Reply
    Oct 30, 2018 @ 6:58 am

    Saw this last night on your Youtube, hope I get in!

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    woofwoof Reply
    Oct 30, 2018 @ 13:20 pm

    This is most likely fake. The signs are:
    1. The application is on a google document
    2. The website is not tied to KoG’s site, most notably because the link does not have “koggames” sitemap in it
    3. The website’s tab says it’s a “FAN COMMUNITY dedicated to KoG’s upcoming game”
    4. The application asks for a lot of unnecessary information (Name and address are sensitive information that should not be asked for in this kind of situation, especially for a STEAM-BASED beta, when Steam already has all that information collected)
    5. The website is unprofessionally made
    6. The website uses in-game images that are low-quality, rather than KoG’s classic style of using official art for the site

    Don’t fall for this scam, as it’s almost guaranteed to be a phishing scam. If it was official from KoG, it would not be handled through google documents (most likely) nor would the website’s link lack the “koggames” sitemap. If KoG were to do a steam-based beta, they would have used Steam to allow applicants to apply for beta keys that way.

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    Keltix96 Reply
    Nov 6, 2018 @ 12:54 pm

    I would love to be a part of the beta testing community.

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