Warhammer Online at Leipzig

Elves to be exposed.

French publishing outfit GOA will be showing off a playable version of Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning at the Leipzig Games Convention 2007.

Creative director Paul Barnett will also be lifting the veil on two races to be featured in the game, High Elves and Dark Elves.

It will finally give us a chance to go play one of the biggest massively-multiplayer online games in development, experiencing the much touted realm versus realm combat that developer EA Mythic is famous for.

We'll also see the Greenskin (Orc) and Dwarven starting zones for the first time ever, on top of plenty more never before seen bits and pieces.

Warhammer Online is expected to enter closed beta in the coming months, and sign-ups are still on-going on the official European site. Pop over there for more information, or into our gamepage for the latest trailers and screenshots.

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