Playing Together Online? CRAZY! - InnoGames Adds New Co-Op Feature To Elvenar
InnoGames has a bunch of things planned for its line-up of free-to-play games -- including a new co-op feature for Elvenar. The co-op feature -- titled Fellowship Adventures -- allows players to work as a team to complete three stages on a new adventure map. These maps vary gameplay-wise and will need to be played strategically.
If players can complete a map three times within a specified time limit, then everyone who contributed will be rewarded.
In addition to Elvenar's new co-op mode, InnoGames has also announced a new addtion for the Tribal Wars 2 endgame -- called Victory Points -- and the Fall Event for Forge of Empires.
More details on all of this are available on the InnoGames site.
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