Seoul, Korea — NCSoft, a South Korean-based online game company, announced on Wednesday that their “City of Heroes” game will be joining the list of free to play MMO’s later this year.

Being renamed “City of Heroes Freedom,” the game promises to “redefine City of Heroes based on the cornerstones of content, rewards and choice,” GamePro reported.

The game will run similarly to how its predecessor, Champions Online, operates: offering current subscribers VIP membership with full access to all game content as well as a monthly stipend of “Paragon Points” for microtransactions.

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