PlayStation 4 players will be able to play Skyforge's Risen Exiles Expansion on May 16. The expansion, which adds three new classes and new test areas as well as kicks off the Pantheon Wars, gives both PvE and PvP players plenty of new content to explore.
One of the more notable additions is a scaling endgame zone in the Tacid Dunes region of Aelion. There are also new dungeons for single players and groups, incuding the Phoreus Test Area 5 Player Dungeon. And, for PvP fans, there are new 10v10 player battles.
For more details on the update, hit up the Skyforge PlayStation 4 page.
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