Drakensang Online gets a massive update that adds over 100 new quests and hordes of new monsters

In the biggest ever update for Drakensang Online, Bigpoint introduces tons of new additions to the fantasy MMO, including a completely new continent, over 100 new quests, as well as hordes of new monsters. And with now more than 8 million registered users, the battles are sure to be action-packed!
Bernd Beyreuther, Head of Game Production at Bigpoint Berlin said:
“In Drakensang, we’re always bringing new features and content to the table with our weekly updates. This Atlantis update is the biggest expansion we’ve taken on so far, ever since we started working on Drakensang Online over a year ago.”
Players will have the chance to test their might against mythical creatures and warriors of a bygone empire in over 100 quests found in eight new areas of Atlantis. Find out as much as you can about the ruins of the sunken city to defeat the colossal snake Gorga that has brought about destruction of an entire population. With a completely revamped world map, players can easily see an overview of their progress through the world of Drakensang Online.
Drakensang Online combines the best game elements of action role-playing games and MMOs so that players can battle hordes of despicable monsters, explore mysterious caverns and complete challenging quests with their friends. Whether it is as a Dragonknight, Spellweaver or Ranger, users can enter into the free-to-play world of Drakensang Online directly in their browser without having to download or install any additional software.
Drakensang Online is available to play in open beta in more than 20 languages, including English, German, French, Spanish, Italian and Polish at its official website.

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