True Games Signs With Possibility Space for Warrior Epic

October 21, 2008


Publisher Adds Another
High-Profile, High Quality Development Partnership and Product To Its Upcoming
Free to Play Portfolio

True Games Interactive, an
international multi-player online game publisher announced today that is has
acquired the global publishing rights for the highly anticipated free-to-play
MMORPG Warrior Epic
, developed by Possibility Space. Per the agreement, True
Games and Possibility Space will work closely together to launch Warrior Epic in
spring 2009 with top syndication partners around the world.

"This partnership demonstrates True
Games’ commitment to bringing quality triple-A gameplay, traditionally only seen
in retail releases, to the free-to-play game space," said Jeff Lujan, Founder
and Chairman of True Games Interactive. "Not only is Warrior Epic a visually
beautiful MMORPG, it also offers some incredibly innovative gameplay features
that, combined with the free-to-play model, will ensure a big hit with gamers
around the world".

Warrior Epic is an online, action
role-playing game set in an original fantasy world. In the game, players will
assume command of a Warrior Hall from which they manage their characters’
adventures. They can recruit a wide array of character classes, each with its
own style of play. The warrior 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. True Games and Possibility
Space will soon release full product details for the game.

"The free-to-play business model is
ushering in a fresh and welcome change to how games are developed and the
relationship between developer, publisher and player. We welcome this change,
and were looking for a publisher who felt the same," said Gage Galinger, CEO of
Possibility Space. "True Games’ progressive attitude toward online gaming and
dedication to working with the next generation of top developers on truly
high-quality game content made them the right choice for us and for Warrior

"As our lineup grows and the quality
of our upcoming products becomes evident, we are raising the bar for the
free-to-play space," said Bob Drobish, CEO of True Games. "With each unique
product we sign, we continue to attract key talent and partnerships and this is
just the beginning of what we have in store for gamers."

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Epic and for continuous updates on the game, please visit: