NCsoft has decided to box its biggest Lineage II expansion and sell it in shops from 1st February, priced at GBP 14.99.

Kamael is the content being packed up, alongside a meaty 45 days of free game time to lure you in. After that, however, you'll have to pay a monthly subscription fee of GBP 8.99.

The expansion introduces a new race with sultry vampire looks and a single wing. At least until you reach their final form and unleash your dual-winged demon.

It also has fresh areas for veterans over level 70 to explore, polished visuals, more pets and smaller-scale siege warfare so you need less people to play castles with.

Lineage II claims to have touched more than 17 million players around the world, and is apparently "revered as the premier player-versus-player (PvP) MMO".

Pop over to the official Lineage II site to learn more. Or make yourself a slice of toast with Marmite on and gobble it down like a hungry wolf.

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