Gamania Digital Entertainment today is proud to announce the North American item mall opening of its highly anticipated free-to-play zodiac-inspired social MMORPG, Lucent Heart. Everyone can now access the new item mall for unique outfits and convenience items. For a limited time Cupid Keys will be sold at a 25% discount, allowing players to be automatically matched with their friends.
“We want to thank our fantastic community for their support during Lucent Heart’s recent betas,” said David Wong, COO of Gamania. “We’re very happy with how smoothly the game has progressed up to this point and there’s a lot to look forward to with future updates and features. I think players are going to be amazed at how much content we’re planning to bring over, it’s going to be an exciting year.”
Lucent Heart is [NA] Gamania’s newest free-to-play MMORPG. Brought over from Japan where it has won numerous awards, Lucent Heart’s North American debut has been making waves with its unique social design and community-centric focus. While questing in the land of Acadia, players will find that their greatest reward isn’t the treasure at the end of a dungeon; it’s the friends they made along the way.
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