Questions by Vincent Haoson
Answered by Jonathan Knell (Marketing Associate).
As our way of starting the year with a bang, players of Cabal Online would get to hear from one of the people who are working behind the scenes to make the game such a hit. Onrpg got the chance to talk to Jonathan Knell, marketing associate of Cabal Online. Here’s what he has to say about the game.
Onrpg: cabal alz has been the one of the most anticipated online games last year. After almost a year of operations how is the game faring in the perspective of the publishers?
Knell: We are very proud of the popularity cabal alz has been receiving since its launch. The CABAL community is constantly growing and we do our best to make sure that there are always new challenges and exciting surprises that can be enjoyed by both old and new players.
Onrpg: What do you think is the biggest sell of cabal alz for players? What do you think makes them come back for more?
Knell: While there are many aspects that our players love about CABAL Online, one of the strongest parts of the game is the high quality of the game. cabal alz features intense action, beautiful graphics, and fluid animation that can rival many pay-to-play MMORPGs, yet players can get all of this without any download or monthly fees.
Onrpg: What steps have you taken to keep the player interest in cabal alz?
Knell: In addition to regular updates which include new features – like the recently-released Nevareth Arcade System – and new items, we make a point of constantly introducing unique events that the community can participate in. These events range from double experience weekends to events where players can meet and fight with GMs.
Onrpg: In every Online game the community is considered as one of the most important factors of keeping a game alive. Do you help out the communities surrounding cabal alz? How so?
Knell: In CABAL Online, we have made a point of keeping up with the community to create the best game environment possible. We try to stay in touch with our community through events and on the forums. Most recently, we have been working with our community by running various mini test events through our forums. We have also worked with other online communities that have approached us, as well as offering information and interviews to various fan sites.