Leading the pack into next-gen gaming, Frogster has announced its intentions to bring Runes of Magic to browsers around the world. By integrating the popular free-to-play title with the convenience of Facebook, Frogster hopes to bring RoM to a wider audience, eliminating the hassle of downloading and installing altogether. After finishing the final stages of testing and implementation, Frogster will demo the new platform at GDC in San Francisco from February 28th to March 4th.
With this move, Runes of Magic will step forward as one of the few AAA quality browser-based MMOs on the market. Accessibility has never been this easy, and Andreas Weidenhaupt, Chief Licensing Officer of Frogster Interactive Pictures AG shares his expectations:
“We are expecting to see a marked increase in the numbers of players for Runes of Magic through this cooperation with Kalydo. Powered by the impressive Kalydo technology the browser version will enable us to attract new target groups who previously have found the download, installation and registration process too complicated”