Achieve Harmony And Mow Down Foes At Range With Blade & Soul's New Zen Archer Class
Get ready for some epic pew-pew action when the Zen Archer class arrives in Blade & Soul later this month. Coming in the Storm of Arrows update, the Zen Archer is, unsurprisingly, a "prime DPS class" that can follow two paths: the Way of the Lightbringer, which flows through battle using light and sound, and the Way of the Windpiercer, which hits enemies where it hurts the most.
The update includes several more new features, including a new six-person dungeon, Cathedra Cliffs, and a 12-person raid, Throne of Oblivion. New legendary weapons are also in the offing, as well as the usual slate of balance and quality of life improvements.
Blade & Soul's Storm of Arrows update goes live Sept. 18. Learn more about it, and register for a free Zen Archer Bullseye Pack, on the Blade & Soul site.
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