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Conqueror's Blade Viking-Themed Season VII 'Wolves Of Ragnarok' Coming On March 18th

...And My Axe!

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Conqueror's Blade's upcoming season and update are going to be hitting the MMO later on this month, with Season VII: Wolves of Ragnarok released as a free update on March 18th.

Wolves of Ragnarok will bring players a new Norse-themed update to play, complete with the a new Siege Battle Map insipired by Norse settlements, as well as new units inspired by the Viking age. 

"The Sons of Fenrir – demented worshippers of an ancient wolf-god – are unleashed. Seeking to enthrone their leader as king by any means necessary, they ravage the land of Ungverija and issue dire threats of ritual sacrifice to any who oppose them. Rising to the threat, a brave band of Northmen marches into the unknown to put an end to the madness of their wayward kin and save the land from destruction...

It is a time of axes. It is a time of shields. It is a time of wolves. Embark on an epic new saga in Season VII: Wolves of Ragnarok, coming to Conqueror’s Blade as a free update on March 18!"

Along with the new units, the Seige Battle map will be a 15 vs 15 player map, inspired by Norse architecture and settlements found during the Viking Age. Additionally, a new feature is coming to Conqueror's Blade - Runes. According to the announcement post, Runes will be "sacred artefacts" which when attached to your Warlord's equipment it can improve things such as health, attack and more. The developers state that "a number of Runes" can be used at any given time, allowing for players to customize their Warlord to tweak the attributes they way they want.

Conqueror's Blade Season VII: Wolves of Ragnarok will be coming on March 18th alongside the Battle Pass, Treasures of Asgard. This pass works like the myriad number of Battle Passes in the industry with players beiong able to unlock a tier of "Premium rewards" to then earn through gameplay. For those who don't want to pay the premium, there will be a free pass to work through as well.


Joseph Bradford

Joseph has been writing or podcasting about games in some form since about 2012. Having written for multiple major outlets such as IGN, Playboy, and more, Joseph started writing for MMORPG in 2015. When he's not writing or talking about games, you can typically find him hanging out with his 10-year old or playing Magic: The Gathering with his family. Also, don't get him started on why Balrogs *don't* have wings. You can find him on Twitter @LotrLore