From Munich to Hamberg, Version 3.3 allows wannabe gangsters unprecedented control over how they experience Omerta's 1930's set Mafia world.
Hull, UK (PRWEB) December 01, 2011
Omerta - Not the 'Würst' game in the world
The popular German version of browser-based MMORPG, Omerta - populated by Deutsch speaking players – has been counting down to the much anticipated version 3.3 relaunch for over 2 weeks. Omerta Game LTD have announced the game will be available again on Thursday, Dec 1st.
Version 3.3 allows players unprecedented control over how they experience Omerta's 1930's set Mafia world. Being a completely free-to-play experience, players can get drunk on power while still enjoying the game 'Hannover' free.
The v.3.3 update adds a host of player-empowering features to Omerta and has already been met with international player acclaim across the game's Dutch, French and Scandinavian versions.
Former EA Producer Marco Cucca, version manager of Omerta DE, says, "We're looking forward to the relaunch of Omerta Deutschland, which will update the game to Version 3.3 and include a lot of fixes and new features that have long been requested by our community. We're certain our fan-base will enjoy the new attacker-friendly algorithm, the introduction of Kill Skill 2, and the much improved, innovative Lackeys system!"
“To be Franks - with Version 3.3 running, Omerta smells sweeter than the best Cologne out there. Now is the perfect time to launch the update for our Deutsch players and let them draw their own Leines in new and inventive ways”, chirped Steve Biddick, Omerta Game Ltd CEO.
From Munich to Hamburg, Version 3.3 allows wannabe gangsters unprecedented control over how they experience Omerta's 1930's set Mafia world. The update was designed and developed hand in hand the player-community, with Omerta Game Ltd allowing players to decide on a host of game-changing tweaks and improvements.
German version players will now be able to directly influence the Mafia-MMO's gameplay while it is actually running, including how many Mafia families Omerta's 8 cities can support. Just as gangsters shaped the way cities were run, players will be given hands-on control in how they shape their game. Furthermore, the back-end has received a myriad of tweaks, affording a smoother gameplay experience while allowing the crew to effortlessly communicate with players.
“This is easily the most balanced version of Omerta yet. We believe in a fair playing field for all of our wannabe gangsters – cheaters will be Autobahned!”, added Biddick.
Omerta Game Ltd pride themselves on producing a community-led gaming experience, with features such as Vote of the Day and numerous lively IRC channels and forums affording players a strong voice in how the game world evolves. Crew and staff members, including Omerta C.E.O. Steve Biddick, are also using Facebook as a social forum to engage with players and share ideas on a personal level.
Omerta is completely free-to-play, only requires a modest PC with an internet connection, and is currently available in 28 different languages.
Players can register at the new versions of Omerta here:
Omerta German (launches version 3.3 Dec 1st)
Omerta Nordic (version 3.3)
Omerta French (version 3.3)
Omerta Deathmatch (version 3.3)
Omerta Turkish (version 3.3)
Omerta Portuguese/Brazilian (version 3.3)
The international (.com), Dutch and various other versions of Omerta are still running and can all be found at http://www.barafranca.com
Omerta has been online since 2003 and can rightfully claim to be the 'Godfather of all Mafia games' – and the longest-established and biggest free-to-play, massively multi-player gangster game on the web, having already achieved a number of impressive milestones including over 4 million individual registrations.
Omerta began in 2003 as an amateur project, in a bedroom in Groningen, the Netherlands.
Omerta Game Ltd was founded in 2004 to manage and further develop Omerta. It now boasts full-time staff situated in numerous offices across the world – from Eastern Asia to Western Europe – as well as global network of over 200 volunteers.
Omerta is available in 28 languages. Regional (single-language) versions are available in Dutch, French, German, Portuguese/Brazilian, Turkish and the 'Nordic' languages (Swedish, Norwegian, Danish and Finnish).
Already more than 4.1 million people have played Omerta, with more than 80'000 players logging in every day to live the life of a Mafia don.