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Perfect World Entertainment

 

Perfect World Entertainment

Perfect World Entertainment, Inc.
Type Gaming
Industry Game developer and publisher
Headquarters Redwood City, California, United States
Parent Perfect World Co.
Website
  • http://perfectworld.com

Perfect World Entertainment is Perfect World’s North American online games publisher specializing in free-to-play PC games. Founded in 2008, Perfect World Entertainment currently operates 10 titles.

The first phase of Perfect World Entertainment’s growth consisted of bringing versions of popular Chinese games to an English language audience. These include Perfect World International, Forsaken World, Jade Dynasty, Battle of the Immortals, War of the Immortals, and Ether Saga Online.

The company is increasingly launching and operating games sourced globally, including Rusty Hearts (developed by Windysoft in Seoul, Korea), Blacklight Retribution (developed by Zombie Studios in Seattle, USA), and has announced plans to launch RaiderZ (developed by MAIET Entertainment in Seoul, Korea).

Perfect World Entertainment is also publishing games from sister-company developers Cryptic Studios (Star Trek Online, Champions Online, Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter) and Runic Games (Torchlight and Torchlight II).

Current Games

Upcoming Games

Past Games

In late September 2011, it was announced that PWE would be closing the following games.[1]

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