Chaos Chronicle's First Major Content Update Adds PvP Seasons
Nexon announced today that Chaos Chronicle, which launched globally on August 4th, has received its first major content update, "Guild War." The update introduces month-long PvP seasons, which consist of the 7-day "Free Season" and the 23-day "Regular Season," as well as the new "Hero Transcendence" system, which allows players to increase their heroes' level beyond the previous level cap by fusing each hero with itself.
The full set of key features included in the update is as follows.
·Exciting PvP Seasons: Introduction of seven days of 'Free Season' and 23 days of 'Regular Season' allows players to watch opposing guild members for new strategies during ‘Free Season’ and then host individual battles for rewards based on ranking once the season ends;
·New "Hard Mode" Stages: Adventure Stages give players an increased challenge as well as 20 new floors in Manatech Tower (from 70F to 90F);
·Challenge the Chaos Boss: Players can defeat raid bosses and accumulate raid points to call forth the Chaos Boss;
·Special Buffs for The Twelve Disciples: The Twelve Disciples will receive special 'buff' effects to reinforce their unique skills and stats;
·Level up with "Hero Transcendence" system: Players can now exceed the current hero level limit (Lv. 30, +6 enhancement, max stats) for additional upgrades by fusing the same hero.
You can download Chaos Chronicle now via the App Store or Google Play. To celebrate the launch of the Guild War update, for an unspecified-but-limited amount of time, Nexon is giving all new players 300 Rubies and all returning players "that have not logged in for 15 days" 300 Rubies and "a 6-Star Contract."