Champions Online

January 25, 2011 by USA Post 

Champions Online, Atari Inc., one of the largest video game publishers recognized, and the famous MMO developer Cryptic Studios today announced the immediate availability of Champions Online: free for all.

Champions Online: Free For All is a free software update to play Champions Online and content features additional premium for the purchase. Adventure packages, items, powers and costume pieces can be chosen to map within Cryptic innovative C-Store. In addition, existing players can continue to sign up as Gold members, while new players can also optionally update the Gold status, which unlocks most of the game content and includes additional features for a fixed price of 14.99 per month.

“We are thrilled to finally be able to launch Champions Online: Free for All,” said John Needham, Chief Executive Officer, Cryptic Studios. “Team of champions took an incredible amount of effort into making free for all an incredible free-to-play MMOs every player can enjoy for free. ”

Champions Online has been hailed since its inception for almost unlimited options it offers to players. Free For All The launch offers even more:

Play All – Except for the special Adventure Packs, all content of Champions Online: Free For All is available to each player. Once a player enters a place in the MMO gaming world, nothing is off limits!

Time Unlimited Play – Play as much as you want, as long as you want, no charge. No subscription or credit card required.

Your own hero, your own history – Become a hero meets his nemesis, to advance to level up without charge.

Play Your Way – Using the Web option in the game and C-Store to purchase gameplay improvements and additional premium content.

Champions Online brings heroic epic MMORPG genre with the depth that challenges the most experienced players online, while his quick action commits the new entrants to the world of superheroes online. Join Defender and legendary champions to stop Dr. Destroyer and his minions in the ultimate battle between good and evil.

Atari and Cryptic have released a new trailer and stands for Champions Online: Free for all, which can be accessed from links below:


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To learn more about Champions Online: free for all, and begin to download and play right now, free of charge, please visit:

About Atari, SA

The Atari Group is a creator, producer and publisher of interactive entertainment. Atari trademarks and content are available in all key traditional and digital distribution of contact points, including browser-based and social platforms online, PC, consoles from Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony, advanced smartphones (iPhone, Android and RIM devices).

Divisions include Atari SA Cryptic Studios, Eden Studios, Atari Inc. and Atari Interactive, Inc.

Atari has the strength of its brand worldwide and its extensive catalog of contemporary classic game franchises (Asteroids ®, Centipede ®, Missile Command ®, Lunar Lander ®), originally owned franchises (Test Drive ®, Backyard Sports ®, Deer Hunter ®), Cryptic Studios MMO (Star Trek Online ™, Champion ™) and franchises of others (Ghostbusters ®, Rollercoaster Tycoon ®, Dungeons and Dragons ®). Atari also benefits from the strength of its franchises to produce videos and merchandise to consumers around the world.

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ABOUT Cryptic Studios

Based in Los Gatos, CA, Cryptic Studios is a leading developer of massively multiplayer online games is committed to providing the next level of gameplay MMO. Cryptic is developing AAA titles for PC and consoles, including Star Trek Online, Champions Online. For more information on Cryptic Studios, please visit the official website: Cryptic word mark and logo are trademarks owned by Cryptic Studios, Inc.

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