Spacetime Studios Responds to Player Feedback with Game Changing Update

on June 21, 2012 6:50 PM

Developer Spacetime Studios recently announced an upcoming patch for their Dark Legends, their F2P Android and Google chrome-based vampire action adventure game. Aimed to release today, the patch will aim to make the game more accessible to players. From here on in, 3D missions will no longer require energy to initiate. Campaigns will also now display a recommended minimum level to convey the difficulty level to players.

While energy will not be expended to initiate quests, it will be expended to send allies out on jobs. Allies are NPCs that the player will be able to unlock when playing through a campaign. Players must decide what type of job they want their ally to perform. Each ally has 3 different jobs they can undertake. Each job will cost the same amount of energy, but take different amounts of time. The longer a job takes, the better the reward.

Lastly, the patch will afford players their first minion. Minions are tied to players and live in their lair. This minion will offer players a daily reward of cash and xp. If a player successfully collects their daily reward for 5 consecutive days they will earn a new, random, wearable item.

 /  Staff Writer
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