- After Two Years of Production, the Fight for Domination in the Virtual City of Poisonville Begins
- Bigpoint's Most Expensive Game to Date: Development Costs to the Tune of Almost EUR2 Million
- Elaborate Graphics in an Completely 3D World Requiring Neither Download nor Installation Thanks to Many Technical Innovations
After almost two years in development, Bigpoint opens the doors to Poisonville at the opening of Europe's biggest game industry trade fair: The fight for control of the city streets can now begin. The Hamburg-based developer and publisher's latest 3D action MMOG (Massively Multiplayer Online Game) sets newstandards in the browser-game industry - with a price tag of almost EUR2 million, Poisonville is Bigpoint's most expensive game ever.
"With Poisonville our goal of revolutionizing the browser-game market has reached completion," explains Heiko Hubertz, founder and CEO of Bigpoint. "A team of top-notch developers has done some great technical and graphical work, and of course we're rightfully proud of that."
Poisonville is recommended for people 16 years or older and is online now in German and English. More languages are coming soon.
Poisonville, a fictional American city. Thousands of users play with and against each other in the huge metropolis – no holds barred. The city is divided amongst four gangs, each of which strives to conquer new ground and protect their territory from the other three.
Players must complete missions, win fights and climb the ranks from fresh-faced gang member to gang leader. Impressive animation in a fully-3D world makes for a game of blockbuster standards. Race through the streets in a brand new set of wheels, shop for the latest streetwear, hang out with the dancers in Poisonville's top clubs - you call the shots.
On the streets, the never-ending battle between enemy gangs continues. Brains and brawn won't be enough to survive and thrive, you'll also need some friends to watch your back. Some jobs can only be completed with a partner or in a group, and cheating other players can have serious consequences.
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