AdventureQuest 3D Announces In-Game Performance by KORN
Artix Entertainment made a pretty huge announcement this morning, that they’re teaming up with KORN. Players will be able to participate in a limited-time event, in a monster-filled mosh pit. Players will also be able to hear KORN perform their new song, “You’ll Never Find Me” off of their upcoming album, THE NOTHING. This will begin on August 20th, 2019. In order to bring Korn into the worlds of AdventureQuest, Artix Entertainment has created video game character versions of the band members to unleash musical-driven mayhem on the fantasy world and celebrate the grand opening of the Battleon Arena in AdventureQuest 3D.
“We are huge fans of KORN’s music.” said Artix (Adam Bohn) CEO of Artix Entertainment,” We want to create an unforgettable multiplayer experience where the floor of the arena is flooded with KORN-inspired monsters which are choreographed to the songs. Players will battle back-to-back for survival, glory & epic loot.”
The player’s goal is to defeat monsters and bosses before the end of the song, to earn a chest full of loot. There will also be quests and items that drop from monsters. AdventureQuest 3D also added new heavy metal emotes to be used in this event. Players can combine items to create the Heavy Metal Necromancer class, as well. KORN superfans will have the option to purchase VIP and Backstage Passes to the in-game event, unlocking additional limited-time items and, of course, posing for a selfie with the virtual band. The in-game event will be taking place simultaneously in both AdventureQuest 3D and AQWorlds.
Players can grab a free magical ticket which will teleport them to the event in the game, no matter if it’s on iOS, Android, or STeam. There is also a pre-event going on in AdventureQuest Worlds, and for more information, you can go to their website below.
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