Celebrate Albion Online's Third Anniversary With Boosts, Fireworks, And The Return Of The Keeper Dungeon
Today is the third anniversary of the official launch of Albion Online and developer Sandbox Interactive is celebrating. Between now and July 24, players will automatically earn 24% extra Fame for all activities via the Mists of Albion buff. Players will also have a chance to revisit the Defenders of the Past dungeon from Albion's beta period. The dungeon will look the same as it did in beta, but the shrines, loot, and rewards have all been updated. It will also reward those who complete it with a Red Anniversary Banner.
Of course, it wouldn't be a full celebration without decorations, fireworks, and gifts. All of these are available in game. Finally, the dev team is hosting a "Strike a Pose" contest on the game's forums. Details on how to participate, as well as information on the rest of the anniversary activities, are available on the Albion Online site.
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