Developer Angela Game announced the launch of a new feature for its sandbox survival game Myth of Empires today – the launch of Season Servers. These new servers will offer players increased XP and collection rates while challenging them to level as quickly as possible in a short amount of time.
The new season servers start players off with 50 recipe points, 50 comprehension points, a higher set of XP gaining multipliers, and more. It also features a different set of restrictions on things like buildings, guilds, and horse taming speed. Players who elect to play on the season servers will eventually be able to cross servers, but only after spending at least a week on the season server first. Even then, players will only be able to cross within the same prefectures. On day 16 even that restriction will be lifted.
Once the season is over, rewards will be made available to all members of the top three guilds, including an exclusive season outfit. Other rewards will be provided for the rest of the guilds when they reach specific scores. More details on the new season and these benefits can be found on the Myth of Empires site.
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