With ArcheAge’s June 22nd update, players can become gathering-focused Daru and fight in 10v10 flag wars

Of course, you can always do things like crafting, gathering, farming, and trading in the auction house ArcheAge But what if you could do these things while transforming into a doe-eyed mascot? This is the biggest attraction for sandbox MMORPGs Summer updateintroducing the Daru Transform ability.

Transforming into a Daru is more than just a visual adjustment, as players who become a Daru to fulfill their pastoral duties will enjoy faster movement speed when donkey-pulling a pack of traders, underwater breathing, faster swimming speed, and an improvement in great reeling can damage the Mirage Isle Fish Fest and a unique bag that can contain special items seven times per week, regardless of the value of those items. Of course, this comes at the expense of racial abilities, combat abilities, and the ability to enter instances, but the Darus are more about gathering than fighting.

Another major part of the summer update is the addition of a factionless flag war mode, where two teams of 10 players compete and compete for 250 points, with flag retrieval earning 10 points and killing players earning 2 points. The mode will also feature boon areas that grant random boons and the ability for players to sneak around bushes to surprise enemies.

Finally, the update launches the beta for its new global arena mode, allowing players from Korea, Asia, North America, and Europe to team up for 3v3 battles. These features, along with skill effect and cost changes, UI-related quality of life improvements, and the removal of Honorforged Medals consumption when progressing to Ancestry levels will all be available on Thursday, June 22nd.

In the meantime, aa has released a patch That fixes bugs, removes some ArchePass restrictions on Melisara and Gene servers, and starts the Marian’s Magic School Festival This is full of daily quests and chess-related cosmetic rewards to collect.

Sources: press release, official website (1, 2, 3)


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