Live in Webzen’s Continent of the Ninth Seal today is the Light and Darkness update, which bumps the level cap in the MMO to 75 as well as adds new dungeons and methods for yoinking loot.
“Introducing the mysterious Shadow World, Light and Darkness brings Shadow Dungeons, enormous rewards and other brand-new features that are sure to provide players with their biggest challenge yet. Players will find new items that can be used for crafting brand-new Legendary weapons in Shadow Dungeons, which can be entered from Raebin continent. The update also introduces Akene’s Oracle System, which will grant players special rewards for their heroic adventures.”
In celebration of the launch, Webzen has granted Massively OP 2000 keys for a goodie bundle, which includes and assortment of tokens and access: Extreme Training [100%][1 hr] x5, Town Travel +Lv.1 [7 days], PC Café Premium Item [7 days], Class Changer [15 days], Immortal Medics Gear Set [7 days], Soul Set: Prelude to the Storm [7 days], and Resurrection Count Reset Scroll x3.
Click the Mo button below (and prove you’re not a robot) to grab one of these keys!
Webzen is back with another huge giveaway on MOP, this one in celebration of summer across its multiple MMOs. The company has granted us 2000 keys, and you get to pick the Webzen game the code is used on, be it Asta, ELOA, Rappelz, Mu Online, Flyff, or C9. There are different rewards depending on which game you pick, so read on, and click the Mo button below (and prove you’re not a robot) to take home one of these keys!
In honor of the seventh anniversary of its online gaming portal today, Webzen has granted us 1000 keys, but here’s the cool part: You get to pick the Webzen game the code is used on, be it Asta, ELOA, Rappelz, Mu Online, Flyff, or C9. There are different rewards depending on which game you pick, so read on, and click the Mo button below (and prove you’re not a robot) to take home one of these keys!
Webzen has seven games on the way for South Korean players, which very often means a trickle-over for us across the pond.
MU Legend (MU2) anchors a new video showcasing all of those games; it’s the hack-n-slash prequel to MU Online, a popular first-gen MMO from the early aughts, and it’s kicking off closed beta on April 21st.
Webzen is also working on a mobile version of Continent of the Ninth Seal, a new pet-centric “mobile action MORPG” called The Beast (due in May), and a PC MMORPG called Light Fall, which looks pretty sci-fi to us. More when we know it!
The MMO industry moves along at the speed of information, and sometimes we’re deluged with so much news here at Massively Overpowered that some of it gets backlogged. That’s why there’s The MOP Up: a weekly compilation of smaller MMO stories and videos that you won’t want to miss. Seen any good MMO news? Hit us up through our tips line!
This week we’ll see how Star Trek Online players fought bullying, check in with Dark Age of Camelot’s dev team, take a look at Skyforge’s Necromancer, see what anime a certain MMO Korean studio is cooking up, and more!
Game soundtracks like this are the reason why I scrounge outside of the well-known MMOs for hidden gems. As I’ve often said before, the quality (or popularity) of a game and its soundtrack aren’t always equal. So while Ragnarok 2 might not be the MMO on everyone’s lips these days, its soundtrack is certainly worthy of being poured into our ears.
While the original Ragnarok Online’s score is a take-it-or-leave-it proposition for me, the sequel is a treasure trove of delightful tracks and energetic melodies. Ragnarok 2’s score was composed by Yoko Kanno, who is well-known for her works in many anime projects including Ghost in the Shell and Cowboy Bebop. She’s also had her fingers in Continent of the Ninth (C9), which now puts that game’s score on my to-listen list.
Whether you’ve played Ragnarok 2 or not, I hope you join me for this brief tour through its musical highlights!