Secret World Legends mission inventory and new Tokyo content coming next week

Funcom isn’t finished with its Tokyo vacation just yet. The studio still has a lot of content from Kaidan to reincorporate into Secret World Legends, including next week’s Beyond the Wall update.

According to a livestream on Friday, the developers have reworked this more quests and finally figured out… something to do with the AEGIS system. It’s sounding a lot more like it’s going to be “story-related” rather than a progression system. Also coming with the update is the very welcome mission inventory to help free up some of your limited bag space.

The team said that the rest of Tokyo (Orochi Tower) should come shortly after, followed by the brand-new content that it is planning for later this year. Going forward, Funcom wants to keep pushing out both story and endgame content in its updates.

Ready to go behind Tokyo’s wall in Secret World Legends? Get hyped with the trailer below!

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Jeremiah Ratican

Anyone else having issues with an old TSW account not showing up for SWL through Steam? I know this is an old story but I’m having to argue with Funcom about having an old account. They say I don’t have one but I played the game and sent them the Steam purchase info. I was just curious if anyone else coming back had these issues.

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Bryan Correll

The mission item inventory is something that is sorely needed. In TSW needing 5 or 6 slots for mission items wasn’t a big deal since even a packrat like myself had all the space I could use and buying more was just a matter of spending a bit of pax from some of the buckets of it I had. But in SWL half a dozen items is a significant portion of your inventory space unless you’ve spent a lot of aurum.

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Maggie May

Still working through Blue Mtn. I do tend to lvl slowly and RL has been a b#!?h
Lately. Had patron then stopped playing for a while dropped patron but I’m playing again so I may need to go patron again.

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xpsync

WB!

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xpsync

Keep it coming!

I literally can’t stop playing SWL.

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connor_jones

Same here. Every time I think I’m starting to get tired of SWL, something very cool happens in the main story or a side quest to get my enthusiasm up again. Also, I’m finding the upgrade/crafting system oddly compelling. Further, for the first time in an mmo I actually enjoy the dungeons and have yet to experience a bad pug…..no name calling and no votes to boot anyone from the group, imagine that???

“We are so off Orochi’s Christmas card list this year!” – Kirsten Geary lol

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xpsync

Agreed, I love the game and it’s the community when pug’ing, the people in my Cabal which have sealed the deal for me making SWL my new home.

I know the upgrade system is oddly addictive but it’s the dungeons which are the most addictive. They are so challenging and it’s not a matter of eventually steam rolling them, it’s all about becoming proficient at them, then the next tier… new challenges await!

“Way to get your ass from A to B. I’m so fucking proud.” -Kirsten Geary.

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connor_jones

Yeah, we are both apparently fans of the indomitable Ms. Geary; I’d be curious to see if the Templar and Dragon handlers are equally entertaining??? Speaking of Geary, I see that she is voiced by the great voice actress Kari Whalgren (Caithe in GW2, Jedi Knight in SWTOR). It would seem a no-brainer for Johnny Depp to get her for the Secret World TV show.

What I like about the SWL dungeons (apart from the thus far civil community) is that in my experience if you handle yourself well on quests and in the open world, generally speaking you will be good to go in the dungeons, which is as it should be. I dislike dungeons like GW2 where knowing the dungeon mechanics is far more important than your gear or skill.

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Bryan Correll

I’d be curious to see if the Templar and Dragon handlers are equally entertaining???

Bong Cha’s messages tend to wax philosophical, occasionally throwing in some jabs at the other groups. Sonnac seems to mostly stick with the stiff-upper-lip attitude. I find him fairly boring, which suits the handler for the game’s vanilla faction.

“An idle vampire is like an Illuminati strapped to a lie detector or a Templar forced to dance. If you want to understand a creature, you must see how it behaves outside its comfort zone.” – Bong Cha

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connor_jones

This Bong Cha sounds like my kind of guy. :) I had planned on rolling a Templar when I get around to doing a second alt, but may have to go with the Dragon instead.

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Bryan Correll

FYI, Bong Cha is a woman. And unlike the other factions you can’t just go chat with your contact whenever you like, just during the mission cut-scenes. The Dragon doesn’t do idle chatter. If the Child says anything at all it’s considered a big f’ing deal. The only time Bong Cha loses her cool is when you briefly meet the Child without her presence and she freaks out demanding to know what, if anything, he said to you.

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abyssalstar

When do you sleep?

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LoL

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Greaterdivinity

Waiting on the barber, my character needs a new haircut and color ASAP.

Quest inventory will be nice, inventory space is definitely at a premium compared to TSW. Oh well, finally got out of Egypt (thank goodness) and making my way through Transylvania much more quickly. Should be in Tokyo in the next few weeks, so it’ll be nice to catch back up to where I was in TSW and see the rest of Tokyo that I missed.

Sure is taking a helluva lot less time to get through everything this second time around, at least : P

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