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Champions Online : Hands On Impressions Part 3 – End Game

Posted Sun, Jan 03, 2010 by mattlow

You’re no longer a sidekick or wannabe hero, but a true force of good and justice in a world filled with villainy. Your hero has begun his final push to immortality which means you’re playing the end game content in Champions Online. How is the game play at this final, critical time? Is the content in the last stage of the game worth playing? Well, your friends at Ten Ton Hammer are here to provide their impressions of the end game experience in CO.

When your character hits level 40, they will be invited to join UNITY, a super hero team that acts on behalf of the UN. Once a character is part of UNITY, they can partake in UNITY missions. These missions are pretty well designed overall. The main purpose of these missions is to provide an outlet for level 40 characters. You can take up to five daily missions per day. If you complete all five, then a sixth mission will unlock. This sixth mission will require a five-man team to go into a lair. Doing the missions will provide points for the character to use on special gear (and this special gear is really nice!), but it will take a long time to accumulate the points needed for the best gear.

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