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Dragon Nest Europe to get a Double Update

-Maximum level 60, new areas and job specializations have been announced-

Eschborn, 25 th October 2013: The currently biggest update of Dragon Nest Europe is waiting for its release: As publisher Shanda Games International Europe announced, the December update will contain two updates in one big update. After the introduction of the Academic and the German and French client this is the next step in launching the scheduled content updates.

Two level caps at once:

To catch up with other international versions, Dragon Nest Europe will just skip the level cap raise to 50 this December and proceed right to level 60 instead. Naturally, all level 50 features will be included as well.

Aside from being able to reach a higher max level, users can also explore the new area Lotus Marsh and choose a second job specialization.

To each his own:

Upon reaching level 45, characters can be personalized in more detail. Players can choose between two more job specializations per class and further adjust their skill trees. Acrobats can e. g. choose between Tempest and Windwalker while Clerics can choose between Guardian and Crusader. Including the second job specialization every class now has six different skill trees.

A humid town covered in swamps:

The town was once a beacon of cultural exchange between Elves and Humans, but now the Elves are long gone, leaving only the natives and the humans who, despite their palpable hostility, continue to coexist. The humid climate and the swampy landscape create an eerie atmosphere.

Moss clings to every structure, giving the town an organic appearance and outsiders are openly shunned.

During the next weeks, there will be more information on the free to play fantasy MMORPG.

Everything related to Dragon Nest Europe can also be found on the official homepage http://dragonnest.eu/ and on http://www.facebook.com/DragonNestEu .

 

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