Act XI arrives in Dungeon Fighter Online
The latest major update for Dungeon Fighter Online, Act XI: Wrath of Kazan, is now available with new skills for players to learn.
Slayers, Priests, Fighters, and Mages have gained new skills, including stance-based attacks for the slayer and Crashing Cross for the Priest. Berserkers have also been retuned, increasing their strength and granting two new skills, Thirst and Sword of Blood.
A new system called Character link now lets players above level 60 connect with players under level 40, granting the lower level character 15% bonus experience and gold. A new shared bank, the Account Vault, also lets players share items between their characters on the same server. Also new is the (rare) appearance of Gabriel, an NPC that can repair items and sells valuable wares.
Dungeon Fighter Online is published by Nexon, which also publishes Mabinogi and MapleStory.
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Act XI: Wrath of Kazan brings all new Berserker madness to Dungeon Fighter Online
Dungeon Fighter Online’s Rebirth has completed its Renaissance on the town of Arad, and with the new Thief class now playable, the other character classes must match wits. Act XI, available now in the side-scrolling MMO brawler from Nexon, introduces 11 new skills distributed among four primary classes in the game.
The Berserker, a subclass of the Slayer, will receive a significant power boost through the wrath of the dark Kazan. The Berserker’s lunacy is made even more visceral thanks to the massive increase in strength and the two new skills the class will receive, including the devastating Thirst skill and a sword of blood attack.
Beyond the Berserker power boost, players will experience all new skill trees that affect Slayers, Fighters, Priests and Mages. The Slayer Blademaster has a staggering five new stance-based attack skills, and the Battle Mage’s Fusion Chase and Double Swing skills unleash deadly damage to opposing monsters. The Priest Exorcist will unleash two new skills upon Arad with the Red Phoenix Amulet and Floor Smasher, and the Crusader’s Crashing Cross hurls down a holy cross that explodes in the midst of its enemies.
The Act XI updates don’t stop at massive skill upgrades: this month Dungeon Fighter Online introduces Character Link, which allows players level 60 and above to link with characters level 40 and below. When the two characters are linked, the lower level character receives 15 percent more EXP and gold drops, allowing friends who want to compete at higher levels with their comrades to power up faster. Additionally, the new Account Vault feature lets dungeon fighters who have multiple characters access the same collection of items that have been picked up throughout each different character’s gameplay sessions.
Finally, players will be introduced to Gabriel, a new NPC that will fix players’ damaged items and sell extremely valuable wares. Gabriel’s appearances are rare, so players should take advantage of what he sells when he does make an appearance, such as high level weapons, equipment and rare item crafting recipes.
Recently Dungeon Fighter Online shattered player records across multiple territories. In China, the number of concurrent players passed 2.6 million, setting the record for the highest number of players online at the same time out of all online games. With recent updates to the game in Korea, the worldwide registered player number blew past 300 million, making it one of the most popular online games in the world.
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