BioWare Mythic has announced today the latest update for their free-to-play MMO game, Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes, called ‘The Pyramid of Settra’. Starting today, you can download the latest Wrath of Heroes patch and play in a brand-new scenario with a mysterious and ancient new character.
The Pyramid of Settra challenges all three teams to battle for Relics located throughout this new map. Relics will begin spawning in a central chamber and in the three adjacent anti-chambers, upping the ante in this highly competitive battle arena. Teams will find victory by successfully depositing these relics into their designated treasure rooms, needing to balance the defense of their riches with attacking the other two teams.
Also included in today’s update is the newest Hero from the legendary Warhammer universe to join Wrath of Heroes, Amenadresh the Steward. From the sand rises one of the few remaining Liche Priests, an ancient sorcerer whose powerful magic can both strengthen allies and unleash devastating curses.
Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes is advancing online PvP games by delivering instant, fast-paced and competitive arena gameplay – for free! A recent entry in EA’s Play4Free portfolio, the game throws three teams into 6v6v6 battles against each other, where you can choose from a wide range of unique heroes from the Warhammer universe on the fly. This cutthroat setup creates highly dynamic matches where teams constantly live on the edge of victory or defeat and alliances are quickly formed and forgotten. With the instant playability of battles that last for an intense 15 minutes, a small download size and no cost to enter, Wrath of Heroes can scratch the competitive PvP itch for gamers of any type.
Wrath of Heroes is now in open beta. Players can download the client by visiting the game’s official website.
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