Conqueror's Blade Season X Launch Marred By Downtime, Rollback

Scottish-inspired "Highlanders" season now underway, all servers back online.

Jason Winter
By Jason Winter, News Editor December 22, 2021
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Like the Scottish highlands that inspired the game's new units, the launch of Conqueror's Blade's latest season has been very rough and rocky. The game's servers were inaccessible following yesterday's launch, due to what Booming Tech and My.Games described only as "technical and gameplay issues." Servers came back online in piecemeal fashion over the past day, and all servers are now available.

That progress has come with a price, however, as the game has been rolled back to the state it was in when the season first launched. That means that any progress made from the launch of the update until the servers shut down has been lost, including unit and hero XP, consumables and currency spent, battle pass progression, and more. All spent currency, including real-money currency, has been restored.

My.Games announced compensation for the downtime, which amounted to seven days of premium time and various other items. Any player can claim these rewards on the My.Games market before January 5. Complete details regarding the downtime, rollback, and compensation can be found on the Conqueror's Blade site.

And if you do get back into the game, you can enjoy Season X: Highlanders, with its new Scottish-inspired units and map, as well as other improvements to the game. The update arrives alongside a launch celebration event that offers a bunch of prizes for daily sign-ins and battle participation. Learn more about everything found in the update in the announcement post on the CB website.

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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.

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