03-08-2011 08:02 PM
Official WOGL gang now in Vogster Entertainment's Crimecraft
Vogster Entertainment and the World Online Gaming League have recently created a partnership to allow WOGL members to participate in the highly competitive MMO game, CrimeCraft: BLEEDOUT.
Crimecraft is a Massively Multiplayer Online Third Person Shooter that uses the Unreal 3 Engine to create a crisp, smooth, and challenging game. Players will be able to compete in matches to raise their reputation, and become one of the most notorious gangsters in Sunrise City.
You do not have to do this on your own. Crimecraft has a gang system. Similar to clans in other games, players in Crimecraft can join gangs and be part of an elite group that dominates its foes. WOGL members now have an official Crimecraft gang, giving members of the WOGL community a social in-game hub to learn the game and compete in tournaments.
Crimecraft has some characteristics that set it apart from other shooters that are available today. Tournaments are not a separate entity, the tournament features are built directly into the game, allowing players to easily join and compete twice a day, every day. Competing in tournaments is a very challenging, team oriented affair, and players have to work together if they want to be victorious. If you win a tournament, you will be given rare in-game items and cash.
As early members of the WOGL CrimeCraft gang, players will be able to recruit other members of the WOGL and CrimeCraft community alike. Officers would also need to be chosen, as each gang has a hierarchy system that grants players certain privileges within the gang. As the WOGL gang grows and prospers, players will be able to buy a gang hideout, where you have access to a gang vault, as well as other features that are only available to WOGL gang members.
For more information, check out the forum post here.
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Re: Official WOGL gang now in Vogster Entertainment's Crimecraft
this looks pretty awesome