Webzen celebrates the summer with many events across all Webzen games.
Webzen, a global developer and publisher of free-to-play games, has launched a summer event titled “GAMES OF WEBZEN” on its global game portal, Webzen.com.
To celebrate the arrival of summer, the Webzen team has kicked off many in-game events for all Webzen games, including ASTA – The War of Tears and Winds; ELOA: Elite Lord of alliance; RAPPELZ; MU Online; Flyff; Age of Wulin; and Continent of the Ninth Seal (C9). This year’s summer events for all Webzen games are open to both veterans and new members alike.
From today through to July 26th, 2016 (UTC), players will be able to reap benefits such as more loot and gold, additional experience, free items, daily login rewards, and much more. Full details on each event are now available on the official Webzen website at www.webzen.com/events/games-of-webzen/.
Webzen has prepared the Checkmate Game, a special mini-game for all players. After logging in to the website, all members can play the mini-game to acquire points once a day, and then exchange the points for the in-game item of their choice.
For a limited time only, special offers for each game are available during the event period. A top-up promotion has also now begun, with up to 30% bonus Wcoin available to players who top up multiple times. Players who have never topped up Wcoin with their account before will be able to receive amazing bonus rewards with their first purchase.
Additionally, Webzen has partnered up with MMORPG websites to give out fantastic reward coupons to their readers and all Webzen game communities. Starting from today, players can visit any of Webzen’s media partners to obtain a special coupon code. Players can first select one Webzen game, and then receive a code granting a free item pack for the selected game. A code is limited to one use per account, and can be used with only one of the following Webzen games: ASTA; ELOA; RAPPELZ; MU Online; Flyff, and C9. More information about the media partners’ sites will be posted in detail on the official website.
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