Perfect World Entertainment has made a living off free-to-play MMOs. But the publisher, best known for their games Star Trek Online and Neverwinter, is about to launch a browser-based strategy MMO game later this week. This will be the first browser-based endeavor for Perfect World, which up until now has only published client-based titles.
The game is called Fortuna, a Civ-like game where players build up an empire, form alliances, trade resources and put armies to the test.
Andrew Brown, general manager at Perfect World Entertainment, said, "Fortuna is a first for our company, which has previously focused on publishing client-based PC titles. As with all our titles, our number one goal is to connect players around the world through games of the highest quality, regardless of platform or genre.