For every big title entering China, there is sure to be a locally-developed “competitor”. For example, Tencent Games’ Blade & Soul will have its hands full competing with NetEase’s Free to Play Dragon Sword. For NetEase’s upcoming Diablo III (not confirmed yet though), Tencent Games has Asura and Sura, while Shanda Games has the newly-minted Age of Dawn.
Powered by Unreal Engine 3, Age of Dawn is unsurprisingly an action MMO fully focused on combat and combos. In fact, Diablo III never really has a combo system compared to all the games mentioned here. The only features mentioned include PK, cross server PvP, tons of dungeons laid with traps and a world full of content. No release date is currently set.