T3fun today announced a surge of exciting events for May in Hellgate Global. Savvy hunters will find their skills invaluable in this month’s Daily Hunt. Their courageous efforts to go where no man’s gone before will not go unrewarded. Plenty of first-rate prizes are in store for those who master the Level Rush challenge and as an added bonus, premium item shoppers can also look forward to special offers throughout the month. With a varied lineup of events that are sure to please all types of players, Hellgate Global continues to up the ante this May.
Here are all May events for all of Hellgate Global fans:
· Daily Hunt – With high support and heavy participation from the fans, the Daily Hunt event returns. Search high and low for a set of announced items in the most fiendish of places. Players who can get the items needed while fending off the most dangerous demons will be generously rewarded. · Level Rush – Can you level up faster than everyone else? In this one-of-a-kind event, players will be asked to create new characters and increase their level faster than their competitors. Madness will definitely ensue in this furious race to the level goal. · Weekend Extravaganza – Buying premium items is a great way to help you play the game easier. Now, Hellgate Global gives back to premium item shoppers by offering special bonus items to your purchases. Players who take advantage of this rare opportunity will find themselves breezing through the minions of Hell in no time.
Hellgate Global is free-to-play and those interested can sign up and give it a spin!
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