Gameforge has made update 3.9 of the popular fantasy MMO AION available. This includes new content such as the ‘Corridor of Betrayal’, a beginner’s server, as well as an integrated instance server. Furthermore, Gameforge has announced that over 3 million accounts have been registered since the free-to-play switch in February 2012.
Here is an explaination behind how the new beginners server works:
After a character has been created on a regular server, it can be transferred to the beginner’s server at any time and then experience undisturbed PvE adventures there. However, entering the beginner’s server is only available to characters up to level 55. Returning to the home server, on which the character was created, is possible at any time. Skilled fighters that continue to prove themselves in PvP combat, will from now on receive a ‘danger bonus’. They will receive an EP boost of 10 percent and a 5 percent drop rate boost for their courage on the normal servers.
As for the integrated instance server, here is the lowdown:
The new integrated instance server offers AION players the chance to contest areas together in selected group instances – across all server boundaries. As a reward, you will receive more experience points and a higher chance of defeated opponents dropping items.
And lastly here is the update on the new instance:
AION 3.9 also brings a content update with it: a new instance with the name “Corridor of Betrayal” can be found in the Silentera Canyon, in which the Balaur have set up their secret hideout. Together, 6 players of level 55 and above must attempt to loot the Balaurs’ treasures. The inventory has also been expanded, so that all Daevas can enter into the new adventures well equipped. Quest items, coins, insignias and tickets will automatically be stored in a separate storage cube in future, which can be opened via a new icon.
So what do you think of AION’s newest update? Will you be exploring all it has to offer? Let us know what you think of the patch down below in the comments.