Neople continues its revival of the free to play action based RPG, Dungeon Fighter Online, by adding the new female Slayer class. This new update also raises the game’s level cap to level 85.

The eagerly anticipated Female Slayer dominates her enemies with her blade and powerful abilities created by the magic imbued into her arm. The source of her powers remains a mystery but causes her foes to quake in fear.

Players who wish to play the Female Slayer can also take part in a special leveling event that runs until August 4th. To participate, create a Female Slayer. You’ll then be prompted to select a level goal, each goal with its own rewards package. Reach the target you set for yourself and your Female Slayer nets the prizes. The official process is listed on the Dungeon Fighter Online website.

If you watched the full video above, I advise you watch out for this “currupt empire.” 🙂

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  1. Well i live in Eu and was always interested in playing this, Glad its Global now, and lucky me i checked this site!
    A bit tired of Elsword .. so i’ll be playing this game alot

  2. Regardless of who thinks what about this game there is at least one thing i see here done right – the animated promo video. THIS is how you correctly inspire people into doing things, in this case assuming the role of this character.
    This will give one hell of a immersion boost for quite a while.

  3. I used to play it for weeks at launch.
    For me DFO is going to fail again, because of bad FP system (don’t work on global servers), no advertisement, also it’s all about solo dungeon A.K.A “Dungeon Solo Online”.
    Pvp can be great and strong on korean servers, but on global looks meh.
    There are 2 servers, East/West: West is dead after 3 months of launch.

    • I disagree. I’m constantly seeing all of the West channels at 3-4 bars of capacity, and it’s obvious Neople tested the waters multiple times to see whether or not DFO would be viable still in the States. Not only have they been giving us constant updates, the current system in place has a plethora of “Quality of Life” mechanics that make the game fun and easy to get into. As for “Dungeon Solo Online”, you CHOOSE to do dungeons alone. I’m constantly seeing people wanting to join parties, and they even give exp boosts as well. There’s guilds running around too, and the later dungeons are hard enough to demand most players to group up until they have gear strong enough to survive.


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