In preparation for Aion’s 4.0 expansion set for this June, publisher Gameforge has released Update 3.9 for the fantasy MMO. Gameforge who has amassed over 3,000,000 accounts since the games Free-to-play transition has brought in some new content, as well as some enhancements to existing features.
The update includes a new instance called “Corridor of Betrayal” where players’ Daevas will attempt to loot treasure from a hidden stronghold. To ensure players have plenty of space for all the new dungeon loot, the inventory system has been expanded upon so that quest items, coins, insignias and tickets will automatically be stored in separate storage cubes
For those of you that are new to AION, or would like to level up a new character undisturbed, the update also brings a new beginner’s server. Any character created on a regular server, up to level 55, can be transferred to the beginner sever to participate in PvE adventures without the fear of being a victim to the harsh reality of open PK. When you’re ready your character can return to its regular server at any time.
And finally, for those of you looking for something on a grander scale, there is now a new integrated instance server. This server allows for AION players to contest areas together in selected group instances, across all server boundaries. Participants will be rewarded with more experience points and a higher chance defeated opponents will drop items.
You can read the full patch details by visiting the official site here.