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Ragnarok Online Philippines launches open beta testing

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Ragnarok Online Philippines launches open beta testing

By: - Content Strategist / @ABayleINQ
/ 03:28 PM June 29, 2017

Image: Ragnarok Online Philippines

Online entertainment service provider Electronics Extreme and its partner ELITE has just announced the Open Beta testing (OBT) period for massively-multiplayer online roleplaying game Ragnarok Online.

OBT is scheduled to start on June 29 at 3 p.m. Close Beta testers will have previous characters deleted from their accounts while those who qualified for the Close Beta testing (CBT) period promos will get their prizes.

The game will be free-to-play and will feature an item mall where players can purchase items that will slightly boost character leveling using actual money.

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Job class updates (Class 2-2) are scheduled to be added to the game within six months of the CBT launch. High Class 1-2 job characters will become available within one to two years.

Botting and other cheating programs will be handled by game security service provider Cheat Defender. Electronics Extreme hopes that this will help keep the game fair and enjoyable to play.

Furthermore, fixes for issues and bugs that are encountered and reported by players during CBT will be applied to game during the OBT launch.

If you haven’t registered for an account yet, you can head over to the Ragnarok Online Philippine website. The real grind starts today. JB

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