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A new browser based MMORPG from IGG, called Aurora Blade will be officially launched shortly in this coming November.

Aurora Blade aims to provide the healthy and easy internet game-playing environment for all gamers. It does not require any download or installation. Just simply open the link in a new browser window, and type your IGG account and password in to start. With every click of the mouse, you can be changed into different characters or hang out in game world with your friends.

Aurora Blade dazzles itself on its various feature systems, has formed its own unique game genre. There are four classes in Aurora Blade, Warrior, Mage, Knight and Priest. You can choose whichever one you like to enjoy the game. Each of the four classes has certain advantages over the others, but they are each balanced out by certain drawbacks as well. They are equipped with different gear and are clever at using their different skills. These inherent differences make attribute modification and stats bonuses varied, while also highlighting specific growth routes for specific character classes. All the different paths available for character growth make character building strategies extremely important.

Wondering which class you’re going to use? Jump right in and start exploring!
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