ALT1Games is trying hard to get their users have an enjoyable and rewarding experience, so with that said they are going to release a new event! This event is unlike all others and will be the answer to some of the players.
Troy’s players have had a legitimate concern that no human can possibly get to the current level capacity in three days. Here is their solution: ALT1Games will be ending their current CBT on July 18, 9:00PM PST (instead of 12:00AM), but hosting this event on the server approximately one hour later.
Once the server is backed up, user’s characters will start at level 55. Now stay with me here because it can get a bit tricky; by user’s new level 55, characters will start with 100,000 Dra (currency used in Troy). The merchants during this event will sell level 50 equipment and they will be able to reset skills, stats, and sub classes all for just some measly Dra.
ALT1Games is hoping that not only will this quench the user’s thirst for their game but it also supplies them with the information they need to improve their sub-class system. If you want more information on this event or you want to get on this Beta, head on over to Troy.alt1games.com.
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