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New Legend “Gumi” is heading to Smash Legends in a late August update
Smash Legends’ thrilling August update, which includes a brand-new Legend and more in-game goodies, has been officially launched by 5minlab. The 29th Legend, Gumi, joins the fray in the real-time PvP action game.
The August update also includes some store deals such as the One-Time 10x Gem pack. There are also the 14-Day Daily Gem Packages available. The former is 200 gems for a price of 20 gems deal. While the latter, allows players to collect 15 gems per day for a total of 210 gems.
Bard and Dancer Class Update in Ragnarok Origin
The next significant update for the well-liked mobile MMORPG Ragnarok Origin has been revealed by Gravity Co. LTD. Introducing the new Dancer and Bard class evolutions for the Archer tree. It seems this patch is all about shining a spotlight on the Archer mains!
Archers will now be able to evolve their class to either Bard or Dancer after they reach level 40, similar to how other classes have an ultimate class if you max them out. After reaching level 40 with Archer, female characters can switch to the Dancer class, while male characters can select the Bard class. Gameplaywise they are identical, the different names are purely cosmetic.
Sony Wants to Enter The Mobile Gaming Space!
Sony has made a statement about its intentions to compete in the mobile market. Hermen Hulst, the president of PlayStation Studios at Sony, announced the company’s intention to purchase Savage Game Studios on August 29 through the PlayStation Blog. The new PlayStation Studios Mobile Game Division will absorb the talented young Berlin mobile developer into its structure.
Michael McManus, Nadjim Adjir, and Michail Katoff established Savage Game Studios. The studio has not yet created any original titles. However, the company’s co-founders were involved in the development of the wildly popular mobile games “Angry Birds” and “Clash of Clans”, so they seem to know one or two things about the mobile game market.
Savage is already developing “a new undisclosed mobile live service action game,” according to Hulst.
Fortnite’s Celebration of Pride returns with the Rainbow Royale 2022
Many video games released updates and held special events to honor Pride Month and promote inclusiveness for the LGBTQIA+ community back in June. Fortnite, the battle royale game from Epic Games, marked Pride with some freebies and celebratory cosmetics. But a larger celebration was postponed until now! The Rainbow Royale 2022 event for Fortnite is now live!
Although the objective is still to remain the last person, Fortnite’s celebration of love, understanding, and acceptance has begun with the new Battle Bus variant. The game’s community is poised to be welcoming for everyone.
All of last year’s Rainbow Royale goods, as well as brand-new ones like The Dip Emote, Every Heart Emoticon, Prismatic Keepsakes Spray, Say It Proud Lobby Track, and the Mazy and the Echoes Loading Screen, are all available to players for free.
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