TORONTO, March 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- GillScape — a Free to Play MMORPG with no membership costs, only in-game XP boosts, cosmetic items, pets, mystery boxes can be bought inside the in-game store — has taken the scene by storm following its release this week, totaling over a thousand registered users on launch. Carefully crafted to ensure each of these micro-transactions would not ruin players experiences.
The game's worlds were swarming with players leveling up their skills, and buying and selling in-game items obtained from over 20 different bosses. The amount of content did not go unseen — with a total of 23,000 items in-game, there was plenty of content of content to find.
Each boss in GillScape has a purpose. Players are meant to grind these bosses to obtain XP and levels in order to gear up for late game PVM content or late game PVP.
Vast open world featuring an area extending by kilometers from north to south to east to west. This area features PVM content, XP areas that allow players an enhanced XP rate but are at the risk of being killed by other players looking to engage in PVP. Once killed, players drop their items, allowing the person who managed to successfully kill the player an opportunity to pick up all his items. If the player did not attack first, he or she is allowed to keep 2 high-value items.
Within the PVP area, there's an in-game item granting immediate teleportation out of the area if caught. Interestingly enough, in GillScape, there's an ability a player can cast on another player, allowing him to not be able to teleport for 1 minute. This spell requires the player casting it to be within range of another player to have successful effects.
Within the PVP area, some zones will be labeled as 1 on 1 while others are labeled as no restrictions. Coming across a group of players as a single player may mean death in the areas labeled as no restrictions. Being within an area labeled as no restrictions allows other players to freely attack one player. May that be one-on-one, three-on-one or a group of 40 people versus another group of 40.
GillScape RSPS was created by one man hosted on a dedicated North American server with elite DDOS protection.