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RebirthM is a MMORPG that starts players at level 100, out now in Brazil

By , on October 18, 2018
Last modified 3 weeks, 6 days ago

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RebirthM, an ambitious MMORPG built from the ground up for mobile devices, has launched on iOS and Android in Brazil ahead of its global rollout.

The game was developed by South Korean studio Caret Games and it promises to deliver an experience with similar scope and narrative weight to its genre counterparts on PC.

One thing which sets RebirthM apart from other MMOs is the ability to reach level 100 immediately, ensuring you’re powered up from the off, and progression is uncapped from there.

The open-world adventure also embraces its genre’s staples by thrusting players into a fantasy world full of quests, raids and epic boss battles. There’s also plenty of opportunities to go head to head with other users in real-time PvP contests.

RebirthM is an action-driven experience, but there’s plenty of content to keep you busy away from the battlefield, including assembling a guild and collecting pets and mounts.

Players who download the game at launch will have the chance to earn exclusive rewards, as there are special bonuses on offer for anyone who completes the three rank upgrade quests.

RebirthM is available through Google Play and the App Store in Brazil, but its global launch shouldn’t be too far away as it’s due to be rolled out in other territories soon. Keep tabs on the game’s official Facebook page for updates.

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