MUNICH, January 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Travian writes 10 years of browser history
Travian Games GmbH is preparing for its 10th anniversary this September.
In time for the occasion, the Travian Team has planned a number of events, which will be a nice surprise for many.
"It is only with the help of our loyal players that we were able to continue to develop Travian for so many years. Without them, the game would never have become the success it now is and with the upcoming events, we want to thank them for their loyalty," says Gerhard Müller, the inventor of Travian.
Over the coming 10 months, different events will be staged in various areas. They will also help to shorten the wait for the launch of Travian 5.
The new Travian T4.4 server, which will start in February and will come with many new features, will mark the start of these events. This server will contain the features most favored by the players of our special birthday server (September 2013). On top of that, additional player wishes and suggestions will be implemented.
The doubled resource production of the hero, daily tasks, more adventures, varying rewards and a 40% increased resource field production are worth mentioning in particular.
The new server is therefore a composite work of players and developers.
At the same time, Travian Games GmbH comes up trumps with a novelty; the company's first collector's figurine. It is the renowned Gaulish chieftain of the successful browser game Travian 4. This collectible was designed on the basis of its virtual browser game counterpart and resembles the original character down to the smallest of details.
Additionally, the figurine comes with a certificate of authenticity and a 250 in-game Gold voucher, which can be redeemed in Travian 4.
Furthermore, in the coming months, the figurine will be available as a prize in raffles from selected partners.
Regarding further events, as well as news about Travian 5, Travian Games GmbH will provide information and communicate it at the relevant time.
SOURCE Travian Games GmbH