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Perfect World (video game)

Perfect World (Chinese: 完美世界, commonly abbreviated as PW and W2), is a 3D adventure and fantasy MMORPG with traditional Chinese settings. Players can take on various roles depending on choice of race and choice of class within that race.

Perfect World
Perfect World logo.png
Developer(s) Beijing Perfect World
  • EU: Games-Masters Ltd.
Platform(s) Windows
  • CN: July 2005
  • NA: September 2, 2008
Genre(s) MMORPG
Mode(s) MMO

Characters develop skills over time with experience and level up via questing rewards and can use and upgrade physical and magical weapons, and team up with other players to fight against monsters in instances, bosses on the open world as well as other players.

Each player can join a guild (if accepted) and thereby be part of a 200 maximum player base with common goals to achieve. The PW map is broken into a large number of territories which gives guilds an option to conquer and govern such territories via Territory War for reward of ownership usually in the form of coins which are used back to benefit the guild and its players.

Territory War is 80 players VS 80 players, strategic battle which has a 3-hour maximum time cap with each class belonging to a race having unique roles to perform and teamwork and strategy is key to sustain victory.

Perfect World is heavily based on Chinese mythology and is set in the mythical world of Pangu. It was launched in January 2006.[1]


Perfect World Boutique/Item MallEdit

While Perfect World is free-to-play, the game relies on items sold in an in-game cash shop to make profit. Use of the cash shop is optional, but some items purchased there can improve a player's gameplay, while other items have purely cosmetic functions.

Currency used in the cash shop can be bought from the respective websites of each company running a version of the game. Alternatively, cash shop currency can be bought in the auction house from other players in exchange for in-game currency.

Perfect World International offers pre-charged cards that can be bought from 7-Eleven, Target, and GameStop locations.[2] The Malaysian version allows a player to "Top Up" via CubiCards. Players may also use other payment forms such as Ultimate Game Cards to purchase cash shop currency by using the PayByCash option.[3]

Phone Lock SystemEdit

As a prevention system against account hackers, Perfect World has a Phone Lock feature[4] for those who wish to use it. The Phone Lock, when activated, will freeze an account until the player of that account dials in using the registered phone number. Once the number is recognized, the account is temporarily activated for login. The player must login within 10 minutes of activation before the account login is frozen again. The player may continue to play despite the freeze. If the player logs out after the 10 minutes are up, that player must once again dial in to temporarily deactivate the Phone Lock. The phone lock feature is exclusive to the Chinese Malaysian version of the game.

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-01. Retrieved 2010-12-18. 
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-01-10. Retrieved 2009-12-09. 
  3. ^ "Ultimate Game Card - All Games". Archived from the original on 2013-07-12. 
  4. ^ "Perfect World Taiwan Phone Lock Website". 

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