Sword Of Legends Online Announces First Major Content Update
The Forbidden Court will arrive “soon”.
While Gameforge has been dropping near-weekly updates for Sword of Legends Online, that doesn’t mean there isn’t something bigger in the works. In this case, that something bigger is the game’s first major update: (1.1), The Forbidden Court. This new update, scheduled to arrive “soon”, will add a new chapter to the game’s story, taking players to a brand new area filled with new quests, raids, and more.
The new zone is the mysterious Floral Palace, a place protected by firestones. It’s located in a mountainous realm filled with dense forests, serene rivers, and plenty of flowers and spirits. There were once two masters of this palace, but, as often happens, something terrible befell them. Now it’s up to players to figure out exactly what happened.
In addition to the new zone is a new PvP mode titled Battle of the Sands. This pits twenty players against each other in two stages. The first stage is a five-minute free-for-all, while the second is a ten-minute 10v10 battle. Two new raids are coming as well, Sparkwood Gardens and Forbidden Court, located in the Floral Palace.
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