Blade and Soul cracks the hatch to a high-tech dungeon

    
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Blade and Soul cracks the hatch to a high-tech dungeon

Just because a game is loosely labeled as “fantasy” doesn’t mean that it is forbidden from delving into the realm of technology and sci-fi on occasion, right?

Today, Blade and Soul is opening up a dungeon quite unlike any seen in the game to date. The Irontech Forge is a combination of mine and bio-tech research facility, and there’s enough grit and evil down below to beat down even the most seasoned player. Of course, there are shiny new rewards, so everyone will be lining up for a turn at a spanking even so. The dungeon, which features two difficulty modes, is meant for a team of six players who are level 50.

“The ousted Chief Administrator, Jang Hansol, desperately needs your help to recover the Forge’s valuable secrets and dismantle the Iron Army before it evolves into an unstoppable force,” the devs explained. “To do so, you must fight through legions of advanced automatons, soldiers in augmented mech suits, and the Forge’s hideous cyborg prototypes before facing the facility’s new administrator, Yoong, the ‘Chief Mechanizer’ who has used his own experiments to transform himself into a one-man army.”

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If only I had gotten through my New Year resolution :(

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It’s just Blade & Soul.

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Well, I won’t be in there for a bit. Still need to work through a few more upgrades to my legendary weapon. But I’m looking forward to it. If there is one thing this game does well are dungeons.

I’m surprised you linked the entire stream. Lol. As an aside, I do like the MxM crossver promotion. That Jinsoyun will be a very prized item.

However, what the game needs is the Maestro, aka gunslinger class, to drop. Blade and Soul has become a very alt friendly game, and I’m really looking forward to this new class to add to the already great combination of abilities and classes available.

Kudo MOP for covering this. It is an important bit of content.