Swords of Legends Online launches a summer event and battle pass, previews its first raid in a livestream

    
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The summer season has officially arrived to Swords of Legends Online, bringing along some new activities and a new battle pass full of cosmetics.

The summer event runs between now and September 2nd, with a changing schedule of events at the Dragon Turtle Beach Party location involving watermelons, running through cooling balls, and finding buried treasure. Meanwhile, the summer-themed battle pass is offering up a swath of boost items, pets, and cosmetics, while the Crimson Coin Shop features mermaid-themed outfits and hairstyles along with a fish mount to complete the summery nautical theme.

A livestream from the devs yesterday offered some showcases for the new event, along with a live look at the game’s upcoming raid, which is set to arrive next week. The raid will feature six bosses to take on and level 75 loot to look forward to, while loot can be gathered once a week like in current hard mode dungeons. The preview footage is stressed as not fully complete, but interested players can check the full livestream below along with a trailer for the summer event.


sources: Steam (1, 2), YouTube. Cheers, George!
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NeoWolf

One thing I will say is I look at this is not only do characters hair move naturally, BUT the costumes move, and not in one or two places, but the whole frikkin things move like cloth moves!!

And I turn to look at Western Devs and I’m like REALLY? You guys cannot even manage cloaks (singular) most of the time let alone hair and entire outfits and these guys have entire outfits that move and flow without clipping for the most part..

Seriously Western devs, up your game you are not on the same level as these guys, time to level up.

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Swifty

It’s mini games that I’m not interested in…oh well, Disappointed. Well at least I won’t be spending any money.

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Bereman99

I’m confused what you’d be spending money on related to the mini games?

The event with those doesn’t have a paid element attached to it. The premium track of the battle pass does, but the quests to get the 10 daily tokens you need per day are just the daily activities that are already in the game, like running a dungeon, gathering some materials, doing treasure maps, playing the card game daily, etc.

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Kanbe

While I like the look of some of the rewards, I really hate battle passes and this is why:

“A minimum of 32 days’ (in a 42-day period) game activity is required in order to receive all Premium Pass rewards.”

Pressure to pretty much constantly log in stresses me out and pushes me away from a game.

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Hikari Kenzaki

Yeah, it’s not an easy one to do, but there are several activities (including the reward for the main cosmetic outfit) that can be done in a few days and aren’t part of the battlepass.

The battlepass is a geared a bit to SoLO’s nolifer contingent (which is not small) and to the people who are playing to take a break from FF XIV.

The gear it’s giving out is probably worth earning and 100% free (the premium part of the battle pass is purely cosmetic)

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NeoWolf

If a Battle PAss doesn’t have a duration, I’m all for them. But when they put durations on them, then yeah I’m out, I don’t have the Real-Time to commit in that manner.

The upcoming HALO Infinite will have Battle Passes, but thiers will not have durations on and if there are multiple battle passes you can switch between them on the fly and work on whichever one you want at your own pace. Now THAT is how battle passes should be.