DOFUS 2.0 to Launch Dec. 2; Beta Starts in October

Ankama has announced that DOFUS version 2.0, the "most significant upgrade the game has ever known," will be available for download on the game's official Web site on Dec. 2. The team has rewritten the graphic engine, as well as the server and client code, to add more detail to the game in the update. Ankama also plans to offer boxed distribution of DOFUS worldwide in 2010.

The closed beta for version 2.0 is scheduled to begin at the beginning of October. Players who obtain VIP keys will be able to participate in the test. Check out some new DOFUS 2.0 screenshots in our gallery and keep reading after the jump for Ankama's full announcement.

DOFUS, the 25 million players Flash online game, is launching its most important update on December 2, 2009

Since its release in September 2004, DOFUS, the tactical MMORPG, has undergone numerous updates that have contributed to its international success. Today, DOFUS is available in 7 languages and is one of the top 5 online games in the world.

Version 2.0 will be the most significant upgrade the game has ever known. The graphic engine, server and client code have been completely rewritten to offer a wealth of detail and an unparalleled gaming experience.

Following this update, Ankama plans to offer boxed distribution of its flagship title worldwide during 2010.

After remarkable performances in prestigious shows such as PAX (Seattle), GamesCom (Cologne) and the forthcoming Tokyo Game Show (24-27 September), Ankama is proud to introduce DOFUS 2.0 to the international press and players from all countries.

Available at the beginning of October in closed beta for the press and players in possession of an access key, DOFUS 2.0 promises to renew existing players’ love for the game, and also satisfy the exacting requirements of all videogame players around the world.

The new version will be available for download on the 2nd of December on

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