Tower of Fantasy feature

Tower of Fantasy Update 2.1 detailed, releases on November 22nd

Level Infinite and Hotta Studio provided the first details on what will be featured in the Tower of Fantasy’s 2.1 Update. This 2.1 update Confounding Labyrinth, arriving on November 22, will introduce a brand-new map Confounding Abyss filled with menacing bosses, exciting challenges and the new simulacrum, the powerful Lin.

As players enter the Confounding Abyss located just beneath Mirroria, they will explore the ruins of the Third City. According to the teams, players will encounter dangerous lifeforms lurking within the area. These new and powerful enemies have mutated under the effects of the Confounding Abyss and will pose entirely new challenges.

Also included in the update is the newest simulacrum character, Lin. Lin is the only daughter of the founder of Mirroria and raised to be his successor.

“The people of Mirroria have already accepted Lin as a leader, even though she has not been officially appointed. As a result of vigorous combat training from a very young age, Lin displays an aura of strength and prefers fighting on the frontlines with spectacular results. The key element that makes Lin so powerful is her alteration ability. In Tower of Fantasy each simulacrum is equipped with one element, for example, Ruby as flame and Saki Fuwa as frost. The division of these elements determines the player strategy. Lin’s unique alteration ability breaks this limitation, which allows her to utilize all elements and can be used by players as a construction weapon for any element genre.”

Enjoy the following trailers!

Version 2.1: Confounding Labyrinth | New Version Update Trailer | Tower of Fantasy

Lin × Shadoweave | New Simulacrum Trailer| Tower of Fantasy

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