Aion's Upheaval Expansion Now Live With Server-First Raid Competition

Jason Winter
By Jason Winter, News Editor
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The newest expansion for Aion, Upheaval, is now live on North American servers! Players can explore the zones of Cygnea and Enshar, challenge themselves with two new raids, Stonespear Reach and Drakenspire Depths, and delve into the new and revised Stigma system to unleash the full extent of their power.

Speaking of the new raids, the first party to defeat the Dragon Lord Beritra in Drakenspire Depths on each server and for each faction "will be rewarded for their bravery and dedication," according to NCSoft. There's no word on what exactly that reward is, so I'm going to throw "fashionable bikini plate mail" out there as a wild guess. Yes, even for the dudes. Prove me wrong, NCSoft, prove me wrong.

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Jason Winter
Jason Winter, News Editor
Jason Winter is a veteran gaming journalist, he brings a wide range of experience to MMOBomb, including two years with Beckett Media where he served as the editor of the leading gaming magazine Massive Online Gamer. He has also written professionally for several gaming websites.

Discussion (6)

Muphet 7 years ago
I wish all regions had update at same time in games. it's so bad atm

MMOGirl 7 years ago
Bring Aion 1 .5 or 1.7 back and ill play again this game !

Grims Bane 7 years ago
Expansion doesn't really bring anything truly to the new game, don't expect anything to ground breaking or impressive, as its still the same game just them getting lazy and throwing out some of the old maps.

Arieswar 7 years ago
used to love this game, played it until it became generic, same old same old and they did not listen to one thing the players told em.. GL ... Gl indeed...

no1curr 7 years ago
^^^^^^^

Game sux, lolololololol fanboiz get butthurt

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