[GC 2015] Dragomon Hunter at Gamescom 2015
One of the key things with Dragomon Hunter is that the various dragons and creatures that players can capture are both battle pets and mounts, and looking over some of the models that we saw and the cinematic trailer we’d be pretty excited to be on the back of some of these creatures. Right now there’s four key classes to choose from to go about your hunting; Scout, Mercenary, Mage and Cleric, each class playing pretty uniquely but when brought together to fight as a party can really show off their full use.
The game has a strong crafting system built into it, with one of the key recipe ingredients for crafting most weapons and armor being “Dragem”, each dragon within the world drops an individual unique type of dragem, so players will have to actively seek out some of these strange, exotice and rare creatures if they wish to create the best gear available. The game isn’t only about PVE and will feature a robust PVP system in place that is accessible from the early game as opposed to being restricted as an endgame feature.
Dragomon Hunter is looking to have its closed beta and soon after an open beta in the fourth quarter of 2015 and we’ll hopefully see a release soon after; when talking about the monetization we were told that in-game purchase will focus on vanity and cosmetic items, avoiding the ability to buy pay to win gear.