MU Online Announces Server Merge and Monster Hunting Festival
Gamers who play MU Online will be treated with two big events that will take place this November!
The first event will be the merging of servers for Midgard and Eldorado to create a more exciting and balanced environment for all players to enjoy. Merging will take place on November 26, 2019. Players from other servers such as Helheim and Alfheim should not worry as their servers will not be affected by the consolidation of Midgard and Eldorado.
WEBZEN nonetheless would like players to transfer their character, items and storage in Midgard or Eldorado to a single Midgard server. Complete guide of the server merge is available at WEBZEN’s official website.
As consolation for affected players, MU Online will have increase the experience gained from playtime challenge event so make sure to participate on it. More bonus for players who played more than 100 hours as they will received amazing rewards including Bless of Light (Greater), Gold Channel Ticket, and Mater Scroll of Quickness. Special package sales will also provided to gamers for a limited time.
The second event will be the hosting of the Monster Hunting Festival accompanied with multiple in-game events which should start November 13, 2019. On that day, players can start hunting monsters in Nixies Lake, Swamp of Darkness, or Cubera Mines with MU HELPER to achieve bonus experience and receive ranking rewards during the event period.
For more information about ongoing events, players are invited to check out MU Online’s official website at: http://muonline.webzen.com/.
About MU Online
MU Online is a full-3D MMORPG and one of the leading online games developed in Korea. A compelling fantasy RPG based on the legendary continent of MU, where players can choose from eight unique classes to embark on their adventure: Dark Knight, Elf, Dark Wizard, Summoned, Rage Fighter, Magic Gladiator, and Dark Lord & Grow Lancer. MU Online is a pioneer of 3D MMORPGs and has established the basic framework that many online games continue to use today.