Dungeon Fighter Online Act X now live
Act X: Rebirth is now live on Dungeon Fighter Online servers.
The update adds a new playable character, the Thief, who serves as the fastest character in the game with two subclasses – Rogue and Necromancer. Seven new dungeons are available at the port city of Bahn Hafen, and the level cap has been raised to 70 with new specialized skills.
More specially, this patch also decreases the amount of experience required to level up by about 40%, redesigns the item shop, and replaces the Fatigue Point system with the Blitz Points system. Blitz Points gather the longer you play, and reward additional experience.
Dungeon Fighter Online is published by Nexon, which also publishes Combat Arms, Mabinogi, and MapleStory.
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Thief class, massive world expansion and level rebalancing now available in Dungeon Fighter Online
Nexon has announced that Dungeon Fighter Online’s Act X: Rebirth content update is now live, giving players the opportunity to experience a complete rejuvenation of the game.
The much anticipated Thief is a swift, cunning, and deadly character class. As the fastest character in Dungeon Fighter Online, the Thief will be a force to be reckoned with. Her two subclasses, Rogue and Necromancer, will give players a chance to fight through dungeons with some of the most versatile character hierarchies in the game.
Not only is Arad unleashing a new class upon dungeon fighters today, but the world of DFO is expanding at a rapid pace. Several new dungeons are now available beyond the town of Arad and Empyrean to the port city of Bahn Hafen, an oceanic transport hub that serves as home to the Oceanic Express mystery train. While Kartel Agents left Bahn Hafen in ruins ages ago, this once proud cultural center of the Ospins Islands has been restored by Empyrean’s Imperial Army. But continuing invasions from both the Kartel and myriad sea abominations that lie hidden beneath the city’s murky depths have weakened Bahn Hafen’s defenses, leaving the city and the Oceanic Express vulnerable to even more attacks. Seven brand new dungeons and never-before-seen enemies await players to expand their DFO adventure.
As a response to player feedback, DFO’s leveling system has been completely rebalanced to adequately reflect the time and energy spent battling through dungeons. For the Act X: Rebirth update, the level cap has been raised to 70, and the amount of EXP needed to level up will significantly decrease, which means it will be 40 percent easier and more efficient to level up. As an additional response to player feedback, the DFO item shop has been revamped and will now sell avatars to players who want to customize their look. Not only will players be able to choose the avatar’s style and color, but they can pick the exact stat option that will create the optimal character according to play preference. Thanks to the Item Shop renovation, avatar items will be displayed more efficiently, allowing players to compare and contrast different garments while modeling their favorite styles.
Players can also look forward to the new Blitz Points system which will replace the Fatigue Points system as the primary method of leveling up. The Blitz Point System will allow players to fight through the DFO world for as long as they want, and will further be rewarded with additional EXP points as they continue to spend time exploring the game. This will be particularly helpful for DFO’s new Specialized Skill System, which allows players level 50 and above to strengthen and reinforce various stats such as Strength, Vitality, Intelligence, Spirit, Hit and Evasion Rate.
To experience the all new Dungeon Fighter Online, please visit http://dungeonfighter.nexon.net/rebirth/#.
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