Lineage II: Revolution Reaches 5 Million Registered Players

Netmarble Games Corp has announced that five million users have registered for mobile MMORPG Lineage II: Revolution since the game's global launch in 54 countries just two months ago. In celebration of the five million registered user mark, Lineage 2 Revolution is giving out five Enhance Scroll items to all players of the game.

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With its new 50 v. 50 Fortress Sieges and 30 vs. 30 Open Sieges, Lineage II: Revolution has the largest scale multiplayer game-play ever available on mobile devices. Honestly, just looking at the numbers is something terrifying. And because that isn't enough, Netmarble has expanded the Tower of Insolence by 10 floors, bringing the total to 70 floors through which players can climb in the game-within-a-game dungeon crawler.

In addition to all that, Lineage 2: Revolution players have two seasonal events running. The Combine Equipment Event, which runs through 07:59 GMT, January 18th rewards all players who acquire at least a Grade-S equipment through combining with one Grade-R Varnish Selection Box.

Aymel's School – Growth Mentor Event, which runs through 07:59 GMT January 17th, gives players automatic levelling when they clear five quests. Players will be allowed two free clearances per day and the quests' difficulties will increase for better rewards. Rewards for completed quests include Adena, Enhance Scroll Bundle and Blessed Scroll Bundle depending on the number of quests completed.

In celebration of the New Year, players who log-in from now until 07:59 GMT, January 21st will receive various letters and in-game items per day during the New Year Celebration Everyday Log-in Event. Players will receive letters and various items depending on the date of log-in. On January 18th, a new event will begin where players can exchange their collected letters for in-game items including loot boxes.

Lineage II: Revolution is available worldwide on the App Store and Google Play.

We checked out Lineage II: Revolution back when it released, and found it to be impressive, but a bit of a grind:

"[Lineage II] is a solid game — even an enjoyable one once you get deeper into the game world. The getting there can be a problem."

About Madeline Ricchiuto

Madeline Ricchiuto is a gamer, comics enthusiast, bad horror movie connoisseur, writer and generally sarcastic human. She also really likes cats and is now Head Games Writer at Bleeding Cool.

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