Gamigo’s Echo of Soul gets a new level cap, dungeons, and advancement systems in 3.0 update

    
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Echo of Soul has received a pretty sizeable update. Normally that would be enough of a lede before getting in to the details, but this game requires a bit more specificity, as this update is for the EOS Phoenix version run by Gamigo and not EOS The Blue run by Blue Potion Games on Steam, which recently sunsetted (without refunds).

Incidentally, EOS Phoenix is adopting The Blue subtitle with this update, which could explain the Steam version’s shutdown, but then again this Gamigo version was also calling itself that when the company first snapped up publishing rights. It’s been a weird ride for this IP.

On to the update itself: Players can now enjoy a new level cap of 99; dive into several new dungeons like the Kranheim Zone 1 raid, Crimson Fortress, Arena of Ordeal, and the Hidden Challenge Tower; and enhance their character further thanks to the God Stone system, Soul Share system, and Deification Skills. The 3.0 update has also revamped pets and the mission system, added new in-game currencies, and improved the cash shop. It’s a significant patch with plenty of notes to read through.

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SmiteDoctor

That’s nice Gamigo, but what about Rift? I’ve seen garbage blowing down the high way like man made tumbleweeds I’ve shown more interest in than what ever the hell this game is.

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Matthäus Wey

Trion had no intention of keeping the game “alive” and neither did gamigo. The game has been in maintenance mode for a while with occasional cash store updates and I’m afraid that won’t change.
Maybe I’m wrong and they’re working hard to bring the game out of the swamp with a great expansion, but I doubt it.

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SmiteDoctor

Well don’t be surprised if they make no money then.

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Katzvariak

Would be best if they rework it or update the game’s engine.

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Jo Watt

Yea I feel like a Rift 2 would make more sense at this point. Using same concepts but highly updated.