Nov 21, 2017 Last Updated 12:18 PM, Nov 20, 2017

Wild Buster: Heroes of Titan Land West Q4 2017

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Publisher InselGames revealed its cooperation with developer Nuri Works to bring the Sci-Fi Action-MMORPG ‘Wild Buster: Heroes of Titan’ to Western markets in Q4 2017. The newly released teaser trailer shows the first glimpses of gameplay.

Along with the announcement, InselGames presented ‘Wild Buster: Heroes of Titan’ as a unique MMORPG that boasts Hack’n’Slash Combat and MOBA-style Skill and Hero Systems rounded out by a variety of PvP modes and raid dungeons for up to 15 players.

The Madness

Set in a war-torn solar system, players chose one of more than a dozen heroes from two rival factions, Guardians or Abandon, in order to take on the common threat of the Brokken, an aggressive cyborg race bent on dooming the few remaining humans to the same bleak half-man-half-machine fate. The heroes of both factions differ in both background and abilities, and call for distinctly different playstyles. The Guardians, a military organization who rely on strict discipline and training, will most likely team up to attack in an organized role-based squad. Alternatively, the Abandon, a motley crew of unbound mutants, make the perfect lone wolves and are experts in utilizing weapons and gadgets to survive even in the harshest environments. Each hero has a distinct set of unique abilities such as a sniper rifle or a strong combat pet which make strategic team composition paramount to mastering the game. Nevertheless, both factions allow for extensive group play, especially with the guild system for which guild battles between factions and unique headquarters (Wild Buster’s take on guild halls) are under development. 

From South Korea

Combining Sci-Fi MMORPG and Hack’n’Slash with PvP options and MOBA elements, Wild Buster is already out in South Korea. Independent Publisher InselGames is now bringing the game to the western market and will fund the adaptation of game mechanics as well as the English and German localization with an IndieGoGo campaign.

MMO, as well as sci-fi and Hack’n’Slash fans, should register now to be notified once the campaign for Wild Buster: Heroes of Titan goes live on Friday. Backers have a variety of different perks to choose from, like T-Shirts, special in-game items, access to the Alpha Test or even a meet and greet with the developers. More information can be found on the official website.

About InselGames, Straight from InselGames

InselGames Ltd, based in Balzan, Malta, is a newly-founded publisher of online and mobile games. The company currently services “Guardians of Ember” as well as the upcoming MMO "Wild Buster: Heroes of Titan". The InselGames team combines more than twenty years of experience operating some of the most successful MMOGs in Europe, and founded this new venture with one goal: to get gamers excited about new and innovative online games!

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