KOG Games Is Bringing A New Raid, Changes To Shared Bank, And More In Elsword's Upcoming Summer Update

There's quite a lot of changes and content coming to the game.

Anthony Jones
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Elsword Summer Update

Summer Update 2022 is finally washing up on the shores of action MMORPG Elsword on August 17, bringing numerous changes to the Shared Bank system, an all-new raid, and plenty more.

The Shared Bank system is getting some quality-of-life improvements that'll make swapping items easier with less money hassle. Now, players can store items in a personal and common bank for free, with the latter option allowing other characters on the same account to pull out items. Before the Summer Update, the Shared Bank system was only available to those who purchased it for K-Ching, but now it's finally accessible to everyone.

Another big hitter for this patch is the changes being made to the Amethystine Prophecy set, the game's 2nd most powerful armor set. The set will now have six different color types with various effects for each one. And, for the first time ever, it can now be bank-shared between characters. Not to mention, Spectral Amethysts items used to power up the set are also bank-sharable.

The Summer Update will debut an all-new end-game raid dungeon, but fans will, unfortunately, have to wait to learn more. In the meantime, players can participate in the pre-registration event to gain rewards, such as x30 Sage's Magic Stone, x30 Fighter Potions, and a one-day EXP 100% Boost Medal. To register, head over to the Elsword 2022 Summer Pre-Registration page.

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In this article: Elsword, KOG Games.

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Anthony Jones
Anthony Jones, News Editor

Anthony Jones is a gaming journalist and late 90s kid in love with retro games and the evolution of modern gaming. He started at Mega Visions as a news reporter covering the latest announcements, rumors, and fan-made projects. FFXIV has his heart in the MMORPGs scene, but he's always excited to analyze and lose hours to ambitious and ambiguous MMOs that gamers follow.

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