AFKer Patches keeps track of new updates being made available, be they patches, DLC, or anything else. In today’s update, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone neglects Luka, Eternal Crusade discovers a new continent, Mahjong Journey sees new places, and Stable Orbit maps a new Vector.
Mobile MMORPG Eternal Crusade has updated, with the addition of a new continent strong new bosses. Unlocked at level 30, the new continent, Yeires, is a mysterious place filled with unknown birds and animals. Defeating all those monsters gives players a chance of obtaining T10 equipment. The Soul gathering system was also upgraded to enable more choice.
Speaking of levels, the level cap has been raised to 80. In order to accommodate the increased power, two new bosses have been added. The first, World Boss Blade Hunter, is a blade specialist and is the second most powerful World Boss in the game, stat-wise. The second, Trial Boss Wailing Lair, boasts a level of 400. Players now have a chance to get Eternal Stones, a material to fuse the higher level equipment.
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone
The first of three DLC Encore Packs have arrived on the PlayStation Network for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone. The DLC includes new songs, new accessories and costume modules for Miku and the other Vocaloids, but only a single new song for Luka Megurine. Each Encore Pack will be available for $9.99. The remaining two Encore Packs will release in March and April. Beginning today, a DLC Season Pass is available on PSN for $24.99, which covers all three Encore Packs.
Mobile game Mahjong Journey has received a free update across all its platforms. Players can now explore 90 new levels across Italy and Greece, including Lake Como, the Coliseum, the Acropolis of Athens and other locations. Two new tile sets have also been added, bring the total above 80.
Space simulator Stable Orbit received the Vector update today. The update overhauls the art in the game, adds new graphic performance options, improves UI, and adds further gameplay features. These include new Node modules that provide pressurized connections between crew modules and labs, and a mechanic where severe damage or power loss will render Habitat modules unusable, marooning the crew.