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IRVINE, Calif., April 30, 2009 - True Games, an international publisher of multi-player online games today launched the closed beta for Warrior Epic.

"Today represents a major milestone for Warrior Epic and True Games," said Peter Cesario, Director of New Business and Product Development at True Games. "We are proud of the experience we are bringing to our quickly growing Warrior Epic community and with this launch, we are confident that gamers who have felt a void in their gaming library will find that Warrior Epic is their new go-to game."

Developed by Austin based studio Possibility Space, Warrior Epic (www.warriorepic.com) is an online, action role-playing game set in an original fantasy universe. In the game, players will assume command of a Warrior Hall from which they manage their characters' adventures. They can recruit from a wide array of Warrior Classes, each with its own style of play. The Classes and the Hall itself can be upgraded visually as well as functionally. Players adventure together in multiplayer campaigns, adventure mode, solo quests and PVP.

One of the most unique aspects of Warrior Epic is the death system. Instead of penalizing players for their fallen warriors, Warrior Epic opens new and strategic options for players. The game's unique Warrior Spirits System enables fallen warriors to not only be revived at any time at their hall, but also to be transformed into Spirits that can be bound to weapons and equipment to increase and open weapon abilities and stats, or they can be called out to inflict massive damage depending on player needs.

Unlike most MMO's today, Warrior Epic will offer players a satisfying online experience even if they have only a few hours a week to play.  One of the ways Warrior Epic achieves this is by putting a heavy emphasis on session-based missions. These 20-30 minute sessions allow a player to make significant progress in regards to leveling their Warrior, gaining loot, and accomplishing more in a much shorter timeframe than other existing games.

For more information visit www.warriorepic.com.
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