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  • Blade & Soul's Biggest Update Ever - Dawn of the Lost Continent - Arrives December 6

    A short time ago, NCSOFT announced that the "largest update to Blade & Soul since the game's launch" will arrive tomorrow, December 6. The update is entitled "Dawn of the Lost Continent" and will allow players to visit Solak for the next chapter of content.

    The level cap has also been bumped up to 55 for players and the cap for Hongmoon is up to 25. I don't know who or what a "Hongmoon" is, but you can level it up more. There's a new solo dungeon, two new six-player dungeons, and even a 12-player raid.

    Here’s a closer look at what’s coming in the Dawn of the Lost Continent Update:

    The Most Fearsome Scallywags Wanted – Players will have a new level cap to reach, as the max level gets raised from 50 to 55 for all characters. Those who prove their mettle will unlock Hongmoon Ultimate Skills; class-specific attacks of pure destruction.

    Westward, Ho! – Act 8 of the epic Blade & Soul storyline sends players on a mission to awaken Jinsoyun. Of course, players will need to enlist the help of Chol Mugo and his GIANT FLYING PIRATE SHIP (The Iron Shadow) to reach the mysterious continent of Solak. There are plenty of new areas for players to explore, including Valindira, the long-lost ancestral home to the Yun.

    Gather Your Crew – Hollow’s Heart and Starstone Mines are the two new 6-member heroic dungeons in Solak, filled to the brim with new treasure, waiting to be taken. And unruly buccaneers can test their skills in the new weekly 12-member raid, Snowjade Fortress.

    Become the King of the Outlaws on Outlaw Island! – Poharan, the gun-toting maniac and Vice Admiral of the Blackram, has an even more maniacal gun-toting sister, Yeohoran! And she’s the resident Force of Nature on Outlaw Island. The heroic solo dungeon will pit players in the Blackram Battle Royale to challenge the pirate queen herself in a deadly duel.

    You want the full changelog? I got you covered, no worries. The full list of changes can be found at the Blade & Soul website, broken down by section. Blade & Soul continues to be, as far as I can tell, a free-to-play game with an optional Premium subscription model.



    This article was originally published in forum thread: Blade & Soul's Biggest Update Ever - Dawn of the Lost Continent - Arrives December 6 started by Shawn Zipay View original post
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