Soulworker Online players looking forward to class advancement for Erwin Arclight will be able to check out what the new abilities brings to the table thanks to today's update. He now has access to an explosive rifle as a "secondary weapon with six new skills".
"Mad gothic heiress" Lilly Boommerchen has received an update in the latest Soulworker patch and, according to devs, "she's about to have some fun!" She comes equipped with a Mist Scythe and she's always ready for slicing and dicing action. "She laughs in the face of danger and she's about to get a lot scarier" according to press information. She has gained six new skills and a new secondary weapon.
Soulworker players have a brand new challenge with today's opening of the Primal Raid that Gameforge calls the "game's toughest challenge so far". The opening of the raid brings new end-game content for high level players "looking for fame and glory" after completing a series of raid quests and defeating the Golden Citadel. The raid features a leviathan known as The Primal that will require a coordinated effort between teams of between four and eight in order to win.
Ed Orr reports: If you were watching our coverage of Gamescom you might have caught my update on what's coming in 2018 for Soulworker. Now, Players are able to jump into the first of these new challenges with a brand-new expansion for the anime MMO.
During last week's Gamescom, Gameforge announced a number of big things coming to SoulWorker including eight new dungeons and a new hub city complete with tons of new quests, new NPCs and more. In addition, players will enjoy a new level cap and the new character, Haru Estia will be joining up.
The latest SoulWorker update has been deployed by Gameforge. In this patch, players will be able to take on the role of Jin Seipatsu, a Fistfighter class where the body becomes a weapon. In addition, a brand new raid is included called the Golden Citadel.
GameForge has updated the SoulWorker Online site with a brief notice that players can now start buying, selling or gifting in-game premium shop items on the Market. "Do you want to gift something to your SoulWorker friends or make a tidy profit from some clever trading?" the post asks. If so, you'll definitely want to check out the long list of things that can now be traded or sold.
SoulWorker Online is ready to challenge its top level PvP players with a brand new operation called Dimension Trip. Four to eight Level 55 players will participate in a 10-minute free-for-all battle against other players and monsters. The event is available three times a day.
Gameforge has announced that the SoulWorker open beta has ended and that live retail service is now in place. Those testers who took part in beta opportunities will find their accounts intact and a bundle of rewards by way of thanks when they log in. As a result of player feedback, both the Skill Tree Reset Ticket and hairstyles are less expensive and the EP system is under review. The team is also hard at work on a list of bugs and issues that will be resolved over time.
SoulWorker Online is currently in "open beta", though the game's cash shop is online and selling both Silver and Gold VIP memberships. While mostly packed with typical VIP type goods (respawner, bonus keycards, etc.), they also feature extra energy, the resource needed to complete in-game activities. Silver adds 80 energy to the base 200, while Gold adds 120. If that's not enough, players can combine Silver and Gold packages and get a whopping 200 extra energy per day, double the baseline.
If you've been looking forward to the open beta for SoulWorker, look no further than later today. The OBT is expected to kick off on Steam at 9:00 am Pacific / 12:00 pm Eastern. The client can either be downloaded from the Soulworker site or via Steam, though the latter will not be available until the OBT officially begins.
Gameforge has opened up the Soulworker forums and provided interested fans with some new information about the upcoming open beta and about how the game will present itself once it is released. According to the post, the team is "making great progress" and will be able to provide more information about the scheduling of the open beta in the near future.
Gameforge has announced that the open beta for Soulworker, its anime-inspired MMO, will begin at the end of 2017 for North American and European players. The game is currently live in South Korea.