Dungeon Fighter previews Act XII
Dungeon Fighter Online’s next major update, Act XII: New Blood, has been dated for August 24. New screenshots and details about the update have been released today.
Three new dungeons in Hill Vale, Antwer Canyon, and Southern Dale will be added with the update, along with new bosses and challenges for players above level 59. The update also adds Metamorphosis, an event where players can gain the ability to morph into monsters for 90 seconds after completing a series of quests and gathering Cryptid Elements. Transformable monsters will include Goblin Shooters, Mecha Tau, and Dorniar RTX-1.
The Guild system will also get an updated UI along with a guild level expansion. The new UI will let players apply to guilds directly in game, while Guild Masters and officers can choose to accept these applications. Guilds will also be able to set “Featured Guild Members” for perks, use the new Guild Safe, and enjoy bonus experience if their attendance and dungeon participation is high. A friend referral system will also be put in place.
Dungeon Fighter Online is published by Nexon, which also publishes Dragon Nest and Mabinogi.
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On the Hunt for New Blood
Three new dungeons open up their gates in Dungeon Fighter Online’s August content update, new Monster Metamorphosis event teaser video now available
Three new dungeons are opening up their doors in Dungeon Fighter Online, the side-scrolling MMO brawler from Nexon, along with a monster metamorphosis event. The update, dubbed Act XII: New Blood, is due on August 24.
Dungeon Fighters will soon be able to traverse all new areas opening up in Hill Vale and Antwer Canyon. Southern Dale, which will be open to players of all skill levels, will introduce Bahol Callow, a new NPC that used to be the most respected commander of the de Ios Empire. Along with Callow’s guidance, dungeon fighters will battle through Southern Dale to face its three Boss Monsters, Bogut the Giant, Warlock Firan and York the Nightmare.
It is here in Southern Dale that players will be able to participate in the Metamorphosis event. By picking up Cryptid Elements and participating in specific quests, players can morph into one of several monsters for 90 seconds, including a Goblin Shooter, Dorniar RTX-1 and Mecha Tau.
Players level 59 and above will face new enemies in the North Ghent Gate and Ghent Battlefield dungeons. Players will need to band together in an effort to defeat Field Commander Babylon, the mechanically adept commander of the Kartel Army in Empyrean, and Machine-Arm Warjack, a feared and diabolical general – part man, part machine.
Additionally, the new update will introduce changes to DFO’s Guild system with an updated UI, guild level expansion and other new functions. Players will soon be able to apply to the guild of their choice, and the Guild Master – along with his or her designees – can pick and choose which Dungeon Fighter to invite among their ranks. Furthermore, new guild functions such as the “Featured Guild Member” will grant more benefits for guild members when they party up. The max guild level will also be raised from 10 to 17, meaning more stat and EXP boosts will be generously awarded. A Guild Safe will also be introduced, wherein a portion of the communally amassed gold will be deposited for future guild-related actions, such as leveling up. Finally, bonus EXP will be awarded to guilds who promote stellar attendance and dungeon participation.
Act XII: New Blood will feature the Friend Referral System, which awards unique prizes for those who recruit new friends into the world of Dungeon Fighter Online. Both the Dungeon Fighter Recruiter and their friends will benefit from the system with HP and MP multipliers, valuable items and more.
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