Twilight Spirits Producer Talks on Game Differences from Revelation & Vindictus
NetEase unveiled a brand new 3D MMORPG named Twilight Spirits at this year's ChinaJoy. Featuring a cinematic-level graphic and a non-target combat system, Twilight Spirits has raised many attentions from players. Many players said Twilight Spirits looks like Revelation Online at first sight, another NetEase's action MMORPG. Then what are the differences between them?
Twilight Spirits focuses more on action
Twilight Spirits producer said in an interview with Chinese game media that the biggest difference between the two MMORPGs lies in the fact that Twilight Spirits focuses more on action while Revelation Online is just an MMO. Everything built in Twilight Spirits is around the "action" element and the core game features are group dungeons, personal raid, arena PvP and multi-player teamwork. In this way, Twilight Spirits is more like a dungeon-based action MMO, just like Dragon Nest and Vindictus. However, Twilight Spirits also has wild battle besides the various dungeons.
Hit response feels like console games; competitor is Vindictus
For an action MMO, hit response in the combat is important for players. Levitating in the air, combos and ultimate operation will be presented without reservation in Twilight Spirits. As for the game's competitor, Vindictus would be the one. The producer admitted that Vindictus is a great action game but he is confident about Twilight Spirits. In addition, there's no restrict holy trinity setting in the game.
Whenever players successfully dodge enemies incoming attacks by right clicking the mouse, "Dragon Spirit Moment" will be triggered. For 3.5 to 5 seconds, enemy monsters or bosses will entering into "bullet time" when their movement will become very slow so the whole team can take advantage of this time to deal huge damage to them.
It is said that the first closed beta is coming in mid-August with most of the systems playable. We'll try to get a key and bring you guys a hands-on review of Twilight Spirits.