ArcheAge Mighty Black Dragon Pirates have to defend Erenor against the dark beast Awaiting the daring heroes of Erenor, a beast, black as night lurks in the barren Ridgeland mountains. gamigo is excited to announce its latest update for the fantasy MMORPG ArcheAge.
ArcheAge Mighty Black Dragon Pirates have to defend Erenor against the dark beast
Among the people of the secluded Karkasse Ridgeland, the legends of the Red Dragon are more than just old wives tales. The crimson drake plunged the lands into chaos and covered them in ashes. Now, after a time of peace, a new, mighty danger threatens the Ridgelands - The Black Dragon. The different factions, Nui, Haranya and Pirates have to defend Erenor against the dark beast. If the players succeed in defeating this mighty foe, the ruthless PvP battle for its treasures commences.
Harpoons are no longer a threat to the Black Dragon. Heroes have to rely on their unique skills and excellent teamwork. Victors will have the chance to earn new Black Dragon weapons, which can also be obtained by awakening the Tier 2 Red Dragon weapons.
About gamigo group
The gamigo group is one of the leading publishers of online and mobile games in Europe and North America. The company’s diverse game portfolio includes free-to-play titles such as ArcheAge, RIFT, Trove, Defiance 2050, Ironsight, Aura Kingdom, Desert Operations, Echo of Soul - Phoenix, Fiesta Online and The Rats. Counting more than 350 employees, gamigo is one of the largest german companies in the gaming industry. Besides its 5 german locations in Hamburg (HQ), Berlin, Cologne, Münster and Darmstadt, the gamigo group also has branches in Warsaw (Poland), Istanbul (Turkey), Chicago, Redwood City, Austin (US), and Seoul (South Korea). In addition to gamigo AG, the group includes the subsidiaries Aeria Games, adspree media, and Mediakraft Networks as well as the brands GameSpree, Infernum, Intenium, Looki, and Poged. The company strives to grow not only organically, but also through acquisitions. Since 2013, it has made more than 20 acquisitions, including titles, gaming and technology companies as well as individual game assets.