Cabal Online's Labyrinth Update Adds Two New Everchanging Dungeons
Cabal Online Episode 25 Labyrinth launched today, adding several new items to the game -- including a secret shop, a challenge mission, and new mission war battlefields. The big features, however, are two new dungeons -- one featuring the update title and a new DX Dungeon by the name of Ancient Tomb. Both of these dungeons are continuously changing and filled with "all the secrets from an ancient civilization." It appears it might take some time to uncover all of those secrets as they are revealed by the various changes.
A few events also accompany the new update -- three to be exact. Players can earn goodies via the Token Exchange Shop, including armor, weapons and various accessories. A War Merit and WEXP bonus event is also under way, providing players with extra merit medals. And finally, players can earn four weeks worth of Platinum Service during the Login event. Details on all three of these can be found on the event page.
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