ArcheAge Founder’s Packs now available for purchase

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 25 April 2014 15:44 GMT

ArcheAge, the CryEngine 3-powered MMO from XLGAMES and Lineage creator Jake Song, has a new video available showing the goodies you can nab when purchasing the Founder’s Pack.

Publisher Trion Worlds will bring the MMORPG to North America, Europe, Turkey, Australia and New Zealand.

Founder’s Packs come in three flavors: silver $49.99 and gold $99.99 – with beta access; and immediate alpha access with the Archeum package fort $149.99.

An FAQ detailing the packs can be found through here.

Thanks, Blue.

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