Twin Saga Receives First Update
The first ever post-launch update for Aeria Games' free-to-play MMO Twin Saga has launched and brings with it a bunch of new content for players. The update introduced a new 5v5 PvP Arena where players can use special skills, two new dungeons, a new Senshi, and a new world boss.
The dungeons, Phantom's Palace and Furval's Utompia both offer sweet rewards for players. Phantom's Palace is the most difficult party dungeon so far and will reward players with level 65 Starstones. Furval's Utopia tasks players with saving the Furval home and will reward them with new pets and Terracottage furniture.
More details on the new update can be found on the Twin Saga site.
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