Ever since Secret World Legends went live earlier this summer, there’s been a large, Tokyo-shaped hole in the reboot’s content offerings. Part of this gap, at least, will be filled this next week.
On Wednesday, August 16th, Funcom will be pushing out the first of three batches of Tokyo content. This patch will contain six story missions, 11 main missions, and several side missions, but it won’t be seeing the return of the controversial AEGIS system (at least for now). The devs said that the update will also make several changes to spirit blades, add a tougher scenario difficulty level, and give players the opportunity to collect and use weapon skins.
Coming in the near future are the second and third parts of Tokyo, a reworked New York City raid with a “story” mode, and revised Tokyo dungeons. Past that, the Agent system and Dark Agartha content are in the works for the end of the year, and the team also hinted that it is giving some attention to a new gear manager, lair megabosses, and additional PvP modes.