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Continent of the Ninth Seal (C9) Will Release a New Update This Month

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Continent of the Ninth Seal (C9) Will Release a New Update This Month

Global developer and publisher of free-to-play games, WEBZEN, announced today that the dungeon-based action MMORPG Continent of the Ninth Seal (C9) will receive its latest content update this month.

Starting in July 26th, 2016 (UTC), C9 enthusiasts can avail of an increased level cap of 70 and will be able to discover new places in the 6th continent.

Check out the teaser trailer of Continent of the Ninth Seal (C9), featuring the new locations that will be coming in the update:

“The latest content update will also introduce the new dungeons  Twisted Forest Maze and Fallen Water Dragon Shrine to the 6th continent. C9 actionists will explore the deepest part of Raebin to find the hidden stream of Endor and precious new treasure.

With this update, C9 will add new skill books for each class. Players can get the new skill books, such as the effect-change skill book and the buff/debuff skill book, in the newly added dungeons.

C9 will also unlock Ultimate Rare equipment, which has a higher grade than Perfect Rare equipment. Ultimate Rare equipment is obtainable via any artisan, with 100% chance. Players will be able to find the materials for Ultimate Rare equipment in the Twisted Forest Maze and Fallen Water Dragon Shrine.New Guild Relics and materials for Master Accessories also await players.

Additionally, many new features such as a Mini-game, Purchase Agency System and Daily Mission System will be available with the update.

CONTINENT OF THE NINTH SEAL (C9) takes players to the fantasy world of Glenheim, in which they fight against evil forces and gigantic monsters. Utilizing extremely powerful melee, ranged and magical skills, players will battle swarms of evil, demonic forces using FPS-style controls in a huge, dungeon-based 3D world.”

For more information on Continent of the Ninth Seal (C9), visit its official website.

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