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Aika Launches Final Chapter of Epic II: Hestia

Posted Thu, Mar 08, 2012 by Martuk

Aika’s finale to Epic II: Hestia is now live. Included in the new update are two new level 80 raids and new missions.

Check out the press release after the break and the official patch notes for more details.


Aika Releases Final Chapter in Its Epic II Saga: Hestia


Two New Level 80 Raids Complete The Three Part Expansion

Sunnyvale, Calif. – March 8th, 2012 Today marks the beginnings of righteous conquest as Aika releases the finale to its Epic II saga: Hestia.  Two new level 80 raids await the best Aitan warriors seeking to take back a now corrupted land, full of formidable monsters and equally powerful items.

Combatants will prepare for the challenges ahead in the city of Drago, Hestia’s primary outpost built within the coiled body of a sleeping dragon.  There squads of players will set out on missions to reclaim the holy cities of Aquados and Tyriantor, now tainted by the Zereca in their ever expanding quest to breed corruption.  Those top level Aitan ready to face these new obstacles will encounter level 80 beasts and the most vicious bosses yet.

Once serving as an ancient water system for the Aitan cities in the Hestia region, the Aquados catacombs are now home to the water dragon Reagor and the denizens he corrupted.  Twenty-four Aitan must band together to destroy 6 new bosses and their minions in order to prevent their imminent invasion on Drago.  If they succeed treasures such as level 80 armor sets can be recovered.

More valuable however is Tyriantor, holy crypt for fallen warriors of old.  The undead dragon Dariadra serves as master of this keep, reanimating once holy soldiers into servants for his evil plans.  Aitan will have to form groups of 12 in their mission to purify these once sacred grounds and recover the lost artifacts and light tokens that await them.

Learn more about these new updates and several exciting events to come on the official Aika website at http://aika.gpotato.com/!

About Aika Online
Aika Online is an epic fantasy MMORPG developed by JoyImpact (now part of HanbitSoft), creators of Neo Steam: The Shattered Continent.  Five nations vie for control of Arcan in massive PvP castle sieges, relic thefts, and tower assaults, waging war on a scale never before seen in an MMO.  Assisted by their Pran – an intelligent fairy familiar whose personality develops through conversation – players shape the fate of their country and the world, and can even rise to rule as Lord Marshall. Since its 2009 debut, Aika has won many prestigious awards, such as the Korea Game Industry Agency’s Best of Show: Prime Minister’s Award, Player’s Choice: Best Online Game, and Free MMORPG of the Year.

About gPotato
Founded in 2004, gPotato is a leading publisher of free-to-play online games. The gPotato Game Portal at www.gpotato.com hosts a diverse and lively portfolio of games such as Fly for Fun, Rappelz, Tales Runner, Iris, Luna, Aika, Allods, Prius, and Uncharted Waters Online. gPotato now eagerly awaits the upcoming release of its newest MMO, Sevencore! Over 10 million registered users gather to play gPotato’s games for free every day. Through the uniquely powerful vehicle of online games, gPotato connects people from all over the world to create a fun and friendly global community.


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