SEVENCORE’s Occupation War DLC Will Be Available Next Week

on November 29, 2014 3:39 PM

WEBZEN has announced they will release the first expansion, Occupation War, for their free-to-play MMORPG SEVENCORE.

Those who participate in battlefields such as Tillau and Crimson Plateau will earn players Victory Points (VP). Victory Points can then be used to purchase weapons, armor, random boxes, and even mounts from the PVP Vendors. While these items are usually tailored toward PvP combat, they’re suitable for PvE combat as well.

The Tillau boasts players in various areas of the map and a quest to offers a temporary mount to use in battle. The Crimson Plateau puts teams against each other in a head on conflict. With both Staging Points placed directly below their teams spawning location, the Crimson Plateau will be a battlefield which is most likely won by defeating opponents rather than claiming their Staging Point.

Occupation War will usher in a guild that will compete against other guilds each week on the English server every Saturday 21:00 (UTC) to occupy a certain area in order to collect taxes and manage prices in regional goods. Each winning guilds will be able to access the finals, Presidential election for Inadar, a world that combines science fiction with elements of fantasy.

Occupation War will be available on December 2nd.

 /  Staff Writer
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