EL SEGUNDO, CA--(Marketwire - Dec 3, 2012) - On November 29th, ZQGame (en.zqgame.com) launched the closed beta for The Lost Titans (TLT) in English-speaking territories, including, but not limited to the Americas, Australia, Europe, and Southeast Asia. The Lost Titans (http://tlt.zqgame.com) is a browser-based Action MMORPG set in a fantastical universe inspired by ancient Greek, Egyptian, and Atlantean mythologies, in which players travel the world to reunify their nations to drive out opposing forces, and gather pieces of a lost Titan's soul in order to restore their ruler to their world of Aristos. The game is available to the public on ZQGame's portal http://tlt.zqgame.com.
Initially launched on May 29th, 2012 in China, The Lost Titans became a popular success, featuring a new generation of 3D technology, and introducing client-level graphics for the browser using a proprietary game engine, developed by ZQGame. Multiple online reviewers have acclaimed the game graphics, such as Free MMORPG List, who remarked, "The graphic is a selling point of the game and tears the game apart from the usual browser games," and EGM.com, who said, "It's still a little unbelievable that a multi-platform game delivered via such a basic solution can produce graphics along these lines."
Other key features of The Lost Titans include a multitude of ways for players to customize their characters from creation to upgrading their gear. MMO Attack remarks, "There is a high degree of character customization and many additional upgrade options used throughout the game," which includes customizable mounts and 15 pets to choose from, each with unique and customizable fighting styles that allow the pets to fight alongside players in battle.
The release of the English-version of The Lost Titans is a significant benchmark for the growth of ZQGame, Inc., which is based in El Segundo, CA, and has already had a successful run with browser games, such as Shadowland Online (which is on different platforms like Kabam and Kongregate), Crystal Saga, and to-be-released Total Recall Online, which is based on Sony Entertainment's film from 2012.
The Lost Titans launched its closed beta on November 29th, 2012 at 9pm EST. As Cody Hargreaves from MMOGames has said, "A new generation of browser games has begun... and the Lost Titans is leading the charge."