NCsoft threw a launching party for Lineage2 “Goddess of Destruction” on June 4 at a hotel in Changwon, a city in southern Korea. The Lineage2 Invitation is the regular offline event of Lineage2 for both NCsoft and its software users.
Open siege warfare and extensive raid
“Goddess of Destruction” is the biggest among the recently updated versions of Lineage2. NCsoft says, “The release of ‘Goddess of Destruction’ today is a very meaningful event. Starting from this, we’ll try to listen to every demand from users. Please never hesitate to give us your advice.”
There are several changes. First, the siege warfare will reach a wider range of users, unlike the earlier version, which was only available for users in blood alliance. Now individuals and diverse parties are allowed to join. We can also find differences in warfare methods. To win the main NPC, the defensive team and the offensive team have to engage in heated competition. In addition, users who don’t belong to the blood alliance can now become owners of the castle. Bigger raids were also added.
The number of family-unit users has rapidly increased, opening up the possibility of transforming the invitational into a cultural event
The iInvitational held on June 4 was full of events having to do with Lineage2: A big public rehearsal attracted much attention, allowing users to experience firsthand the new content. Users divided into two teams directly enjoyed the newly-added raids.
In addition, the contest to win items was also greeted enthusiastically by gamers. And the auction event also provided a great chance for users to get rare items. The launching party of Lineage2 was held in Changwon for the first time and lots of gamers gathered from all over the country. The later part of the event included an exciting performance by 4Minute.
NCsoft said, “Changwon is the home ground and the second home of the new baseball team, NCsoft. More diverse events will be held linking NCsoft’s game software and local community.”
By Lee Deok-kyu (email@example.com)
Source: Betagame (Original article in Korean)
Photo from Betagame
Translated by Geum Jae / Korea.com