Players can join forces with their friends to unravel the mystery and to stop Carso before it’s too late.
gamigo is excited to announce the next thrilling adventure for Grand Fantasia players around the world. Carso is bent on unleashing the Day of Destiny and Elsaland has literally been turned upside down. Players will band together with friends and travel alongside Zindel in an alternative version of the world to uncover Carso’s nefarious plans.
Prophet Babama and Zindel will guide players through their journey into these mystifying new places and through the discoveries made along the way. The alternative versions of these lands will leave no one indifferent and it will be up to play to keep from being bewitched by the residue of crystals floating in the atmosphere.
This fascinating new addition to Grand Fantasia will include:
- New Map: Alternate Dimension – Auris Bay
- New Map: Alternate Dimension – Knight Valley
- New Map: Alternate Dimension – Ancient Polar Ruins
- New Dungeon: Seal-Guarding Palace
Players can look forward to even more insights into the exciting events of this new way of viewing Elsaland, by heading over to the Grand Fantasia site to check out all of the details.
The gamigo group is one of the leading publishers of online and mobile games in Europe and North America. The company’s diverse game portfolio includes free-to-play titles such as ArcheAge, RIFT, Trove and Aura Kingdom, as well as the recently launched buy-to-play game ArcheAge: Unchained. Counting more than 400 employees, gamigo is one of the largest German companies in the gaming industry. Besides its 5 German locations in Hamburg (HQ), Berlin, Cologne, Münster, and Darmstadt, the gamigo group also has branches in Warsaw (Poland), Istanbul (Turkey), New York, Redwood City, Austin, Bellevue (US), and Seoul (South Korea). In addition to gamigo AG, the group includes the subsidiaries WildTangent, Aeria Games and Mediakraft Networks. The company strives to grow not only organically, but also through acquisitions. Since 2013, it has made more than 25 acquisitions, including titles, gaming, and technology companies as well as individual game assets.