The Shadow Seven mobile SRPG has reached 70,000 downloads across Android and iOS. As part of the milestone celebration, Shadow Seven will be giving away one Royal Box for free to all players that log on March 12, 2020, between 00:00 to 23:59 KST (11:00 AM to 10:59 AM the following day). The Royal Box will contain Mercenary Pieces that may be used to unlock or upgrade new characters. The free Royal Box will arrive in players’ mailboxes after they log in.
First announced exactly one year ago (to the day!), Human Head Studios’ open-world viking-themed RPG Rune: Ragnarok is about to see the light of day. The beta version is scheduled to reach Steam Early Access next month.
Through Steam, many games get their time in the spotlight, in the case of Ballistic Overkill though, it’s a curious thing. The game started out as a free-to-play title on Steam via Early Access, and through its time, got a 5 million player userbase. But now, as it approaches its full-on launch, its going Pay-To-Play. But, because of the time it took to get its fanbase, it likely won’t hurt it at all.
Bungie has revealed in its latest Weekly Update that two of Destiny’s biggest multiplayer events are returning to the game this month, along with a host of changes to both modes.
In the latest Weekly Update on the Bungie website, the developer has revealed the changes they are set to make to the Iron Banner PvP event in Destiny in the future. The most obvious modification is to how level advantages will work. Higher level players will now be able to take out lower ranked users much more easily than was previously possible, which lead designer Tyson Green described as “a much more dramatic difference between players of wide variation in Level.” Another issue that has been addressed include the mass quitting that occurred during the Iron Banner. If players lose a match but stay in until the end they will be rewarded with a special medallion that will give a reputation increase the next time the player wins a game. Some other changes include the bounties being made easier to complete, and stronger armor and weapons made available as rewards.
Square Enix has launched Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Patch 2.25. The patch features updates and additions to PvP battles, new quests and other changes. PvP rank has increased from 30 to 40 and new job-specific PVP gear has been introduced for each job to wear. For more information on Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Patch 2.25, visit the official website.
n the weeks to come, there will be a content update for the hack´n´slash MMO Mythos including, among other things, a new level cap, additional PvP content, and the ‘Dungeon Master’ feature: a system in which record-setters are rewarded with useful in-game packages – and the honour of being called Dungeon Master.