Lost Ark’s December update is “Wreck the Halls” and it’s available now

Lost Ark’s festive Wreck the Halls update is now live.

As well as ushering in the Summoner Advanced class – which brings a “powerful variety of unique water, lightning, earth and more attacks” to the MMORPG – we’ll also meet the “cunning and ruthless” Phantom Legion Commander and will get a new Guardian Raid that also tackles Caliligos, “the Master of Lightning”.

Lost Ark: Destroy the Halls | December update.

“Caliligos is the master of lightning, commanding blue lightning to bring his enemies to their knees,” Amazon teases, confirming that he will join the Level 6 Guardians Gauntlet and that an item level over 1490 is required for him. challenge.

“His wings are as swift as the wind, and the power of blue lightning is concentrated in his horn, sharper than any spear, to pierce the hearts of his enemies. As ruler of the heavens, he was revered in the passed as a god. But Caliligos is no god – he is a cruel ruler of heaven and a ruthless guardian.”

As for Brelshaza, commander of the Phantom Legion? Amazon says it will be “an immersive and challenging” eight-player raid spanning “six unique gates and encounters.”

We will also see new level 3 progression materials, higher level South Vern “Void” chaos dungeons and Hard T3 Cube & Boss Rush activities as well as a new Neria wardrobe, holiday party event and a new type of accessory: the Bracelet.

The new Bracelet accessory increases character stats, and while it offers perks, there are no inset engravings like the other accessories as they have fixed bonuses and granted bonuses instead.

For all the details, visit the official website.

Amazon and developer Smilegate recently laid out their plan for Lost Ark with a new development roadmap. By the end of the year, the team hopes to introduce three new raids – Mystic Abyss Vycas Legion and Achates Trial Guardian – as well as the Reaper Advanced class in November and the Summoner Advanced class in December.

In Eurogamer’s Lost Ark review, we said, “The action-packed dungeons make the early stages of Lost Ark feel like a real game, but without a compelling hook beyond combat, things get a little stale.”

And don’t forget that a host of familiar faces from The Witcher are heading to Lost Ark, including Geralt, Yennefer, Triss, Dandelion, and Ciri. Players in Lost Ark’s home country of South Korea can play this crossover now, while those elsewhere will be able to explore the region in January 2023.

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