Premium Benefits Revealed for Wakfu

A look at the premium member benefits in SQUARE ENIX’s new MMO Wakfu. At $6.00, this MMO just keeps looking more and more appealing.

Square Enix, Inc., the publisher of SQUARE ENIX® interactive entertainment products in the Americas, and ANKAMA, an independent digital creation group and developer, today revealed the premium membership benefits for their upcoming tactical massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), WAKFU®.  Available February 29, 2012, WAKFU will launch as a free download from the official site atwww.wakfu.com/na and include with it a significant amount of gameplay content to experience at no cost.

 

For players who want to experience all that WAKFU has to offer, a monthly subscription fee of $6.00 will provide players access to a variety of premium content, including the ability to: reach the highest levels; explore all available game areas; master all 16 professions; create and join guilds; and even become the next governor.  In addition, from now until February 27, early subscribers will be generously rewarded with exclusive bonus content including customizable pets and equipment sets and a one-of-a-kind pioneer outfit – easily identifying their character as one of the very first to set foot into the World of Twelve.  Both free and premium membership players will have access to WAKFU’s microtransaction-based store, which will allow players to enhance their experience with the purchase of cosmetic items.

 

Exclusive WAKFU Premium Membership Benefits:

  • Raise to the highest levels possible
  • Access to all nations and territories
  • Access to all dungeons
  • Ability to create and join guilds
  • Access to fast public transportation
  • Learn and master all 16 crafting and harvesting professions
  • Access to in-game currency
  • Directly impact the world’s ecosystem
  • Vote and or run for public office
  • Participate in PvP battles and conquer new lands
  • Greater variety of emotes, expressions and tricks
  • Exclusive rewards for upgrading and renewing premium membership

 

With 12 distinct, completely customizable character classes to select from and a variety of missions and turn-based combat to engage in, WAKFU takes place in a vibrant and immersive anime art style world where players’ choices are paramount and actions directly impact a continuously evolving ecosystem.  Featuring a rich political system, players can defend their nation against enemy attacks, conquer new territories, vote, elect government officials and even run for governor!

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