Swords Of Legends Online Celebrates Moon Festival
New harder dungeons and raid also arrive tomorrow.
The Moon Festival is just about ready to kick off in Swords of Legends Online, and all players of the mystical Chinese-themed MMORPG are invited to celebrate the night's blessings. Starting tomorrow, you can participate in events like Road to the Moon Palace and Star Gatherer, or go out into the world to set Sky Lanterns to flight, which gives you a chance of winning prizes from a raffle. Rewards for the various activities include a currency that can be used to purchase a variety of themed items.
If it's new challenges you want, tomorrow's update has that, too. The Frostbitten Path, Chou Prison, and Raging River Ruins dungeons receive Extreme difficulty modes, while the Xuanjiu Jade Palace Raid has a Hard Mode added to its options.
The Moon Festival runs from September 16 until October 7, and we've been advised to be on the lookout for a "spooky Halloween Celebration in October." You can read the complete patch notes for tomorrow's update on the Swords of Legends Online site.
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