A few months back, publisher WEBZEN announced that it would no longer be supporting the free-to-play MMO Elite Lord of Alliance due to poor player numbers. However, it seems that this wasn’t the end for NPICSoft’s game, as a new publisher — Game & Game — has picked the game up, going live with it today. (However, as this is being written, there does not appear to be a download button on the site.)
The game is being made available to both North and South America as well as Europe (including Russia). With the new launch, comes a variety of changes — including a level cap raise to 60. Three new dungeons have been added, as well as new Disputed Zones.
To see what the developers have been up to since we last heard the game was shutting down, head over to the new ELOA site.