|Germany – Friday, September 11, 2020 | gamigo’s colorful online MMO Twin Saga welcomes its newest Senshi, Berry! No stranger to pastries and bakeries, this Senshi knows how sweet the latest updates are and is always ready to celebrate. Anticipation for the upcoming festivities is growing, and players can earn fabulous rewards like Passion Gift Boxes and a Magic Wand by completing quests in preparation of the festival.
Adventure awaits those daring to enter the Jungle of the Lost Realm. This pirate hideout is as dangerous as dungeons get, with the Treasure Keeper, Woody, waiting to fire cannons at all brave enough to battle him. Rewards are plenty for the victorious!
Those in need of a break will find respite at Oktoberfest! Players ca eat, drink, and be Berry, consuming as much as their heart desires until being rewarded with the tastiest of beers, 30-Minute-Buff Beer. True to its name, one sip provides a random buff for 30 minutes.
Finally, for those with a competitive spirit, a level cap increase from lvl40 to lvl60 for the Awakened Class promises new skills and talents.
More information about Twin Saga can be found on the official website.
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 and Aura Kingdom, as well as the recently launched buy-to-play game ArcheAge: Unchained. Counting more than 400 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), New York, Redwood City, Austin, Bellevue (US), and Seoul (South Korea). In addition to gamigo AG, the group includes the subsidiaries WildTangent, 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 25 acquisitions, including titles, gaming and technology companies as well as individual game assets.