Behemoths Bring An End To Early Access, Dauntless Heroes Look Towards Actual Launch
If you're like me, you may forget occasionally that Dauntless has not officially launched. It just really, really seems like it has. But that's okay. Because soon it will have done just that.
On September 26, Phoenix Labs will be officially launching the behemoth-slaying game, taking it out of Early Access for good. When this happens, the company will also release a new seasonal expansion titled "Aether Unbound" -- complete with a new weapon, Behemoth, Hunt Pass, and more. The update will also give players a new way to hunt and earn XP via a bounty system.
Full information on the upcoming update has not been posted yet. But, Phoenix Labs' CEO Jesse Houston does have a little message for players about the upcoming launch. This can be read in full on the game's site.
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