First Part of Forge of Empires' Oceanic Future Expansion Now Live
Forge of Empires is taking players out to sea this spring. "To sea what?" you might ask -- if you were into really bad "dad jokes," that is ...
Anyway, part one of the four-part Oceanic Future update is now live, bringing with it watered-down new content -- which is a good thing, in this case! The update add 38 new quests, 19 new buildings, four new military units, five new goods, an underwater battle map, and a new great building: the Atlantis Museum.
Innogames has lots planned for future installments of the update, including more great buildings and units. Head on over to the Forge of Empires site to get into the wet and wild action!
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