King's Ransom Returns To Skyforge
If you missed out on the King's Ransom grand prize in Skyforge back in December, now's your chance to try again. The event kicks off today and runs over the weekend -- ending Monday, May 20. Participating is easy. Simply open a card and take the treasures. Earn enough rewards and you can try at winning the Triumph grand prize. That's 615,400 Argents for PS4 EU, 233,450 Argents PS4 NA, and 1,359,450 Argents for Xbox players, with the amount of Argents being increased by 100 every time 5 tickets are purchased by players. When the prize is won, the game resets and the reward amounts start over again.
In addition to the Triumph prize, players can also earn extra items using green coins found in their general rewards. Just take these coins to the traveling merchant in Aelinar park and exchange them.
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