Shop Titans Introduces First Ever Community Crafting Event
Today, Kabam launched the first-ever Shop Titans community crafting event. Titled The King's Caprice, the event gives players and their guildmates a chance to work together to craft special items for a currency known as Antique Shards. Throughout the event -- which lasts until September 17 -- players will be able to accumulate these shards and redeem them for seasonal, holiday, and premium items. So if there are any blueprints, decorations, avatar customizations, and the like that you've really been wanting, this may be an excellent way to get them.
This is the third of what Kabam refers to as "live-ops" events to be released in Shop Titans. The first two being Lost City of Gold and Tower of Titans. Once the launch event is over, The King's Caprice will run seven days out of every month, offering players who are more into the crafting scene additional opportunities to complete their item collections.
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