Riders Of Icarus: Adversaries Trailer

Riders Of Icarus, the MMORPG developed by Nexon has a new trailer. This trailer showcases some gameplay of the mount combat-centric title. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71oA-PiFdyg With beautiful visuals, and action-packed combat...

Riders Of Icarus, the MMORPG developed by Nexon has a new trailer. This trailer showcases some gameplay of the mount combat-centric title.

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With beautiful visuals, and action-packed combat against titans, Riders Of Icarus is shaping up to be an incredible experience.

Players interested in trying Riders Of Icarus now may purchase a Founders Pack and get a head start on the Open Beta.

There is also the “Ride For Your Life” sweepstakes, which will give players the opportunity to go to Dragon Con 2016. The grand prize for the sweepstakes includes an Alienware gaming laptop. Tickets for the winner and one friend, five nights at a hotel, six days transportation, a t-shirt, some PC accessories and much more.

ridersoficarus_screenshot_becomeabeastmasterThe 89.99 Founder’s Pack will offer a seven day head start on the open beta, as well as closed beta access, and numerous in game items. This pack, titled the “Legendary Riders Pack” will also offer the player thirty days of premium content.

Riders Of Icarus is an upcoming MMORPG that will offer mounted combat in a way seldom seen before. Players will have a chance to play the open beta for this Nexon developed title before long.

For more information on the Riders of Icarus title as news develops, stay tuned.

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