Video of the Day: Age of Wushu Tours the Forbidden Grounds

Posted Mon, Nov 25, 2013 by Martuk

Ten Ton Hammer Video of the Day

Some secrets are well-hidden.


Age of Wushu launched its second expansion earlier this month with the release of the Ultimate Scrolls update. One of the new things added with the expansion is the eight Forbidden Grounds, a set of areas created by the hidden houses to store the secrets of schools, their treasures, and scripts resides. Each school offers its own variety of themed instances that challenges players with various tasks that range from escaping a hellish prison to exploring an underground cavern of blood, and many more.

Since the expansion’s November 13th release, Snail Games has called on former players to return and sample the new content. If you’re on the fence about giving it a try, you can get a peek of the Forbidden Grounds in today’s video.


You can sign up to play for free on the Age of Wushu website. If you decide to give it a try, be sure to snag a free Age of Wushu Ultimate Scrolls Gift Pack from our giveaway while supplies last.


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