- Please welcome "The Breakout," the latest "Lost Legend" challenge from Minecraft Legends.
- In ARK 2's Community Crunch 362, prepare for a structural revolution as the new wooden tier set lands in the building system, offering a palette of creative possibilities.
- Project Zomboid is introducing "Clear Cove," a medium-sized map that takes you on an exploration spree.
In the latest update for Minecraft Legends, players can look forward to the "Lost Legend" challenge called "The Breakout." This month's challenge offers a formidable task, surpassing the difficulty of defeating the Unbreakable boss. Players have a time limit of 60 minutes to take on this piggish foe and cleanse the Overworld from its corrupting influence.
To tackle the challenge, players must first rescue allies from nine different bases before engaging the Unbreakable. At the start, players are accompanied by plank and cobblestone golems, and each piglin base holds a unique type of unit. While gathering allies is crucial, players must also keep a close eye on the timer, striking a fine balance between rescuing allies and ensuring they have enough power to confront the Unbreakable.For those who manage to complete the challenge, a special reward awaits. Players who defeat the Unbreakable in this month's Lost Legend challenge will receive the exclusive Prison Break big beak skin. So, not only can players triumph over the challenging task, but they can also soar through the Overworld in style.
In addition to the new challenge, a day 30 patch has been released for Minecraft Legends. Players are encouraged to update their game to enjoy various improvements. The patch includes adjustments to the post-game flow, joining matches in PvP, and cosmetics entitlements. Furthermore, the Lost Legends expansion titled "The Portal Pile" has also received a patch, requiring a separate update accessed through the in-game menu. Players can find more details about all the changes in the official patch notes.
ARK: Survival Evolved
In the latest Community Crunch 362 for ARK 2, several exciting updates and events are highlighted. Firstly, players can expect a new wooden tier set in the game's building system. This preview showcases the architectural prowess of actual players, giving a glimpse into the creative possibilities that players can explore in ARK 2's new building mechanics.
Additionally, an EVO Event has been announced for all platforms, active until Monday, May 22nd. During this event, players on Official Servers, Small Tribe Servers, ARKPocalypse, and Conquest servers will enjoy various bonuses such as increased XP, harvesting, taming, breeding rates, reduced mating interval, and increased hexagon rewards. These bonuses are multiplicative of the game's standard 1x rates.
Furthermore, the ARKPocalypse servers have undergone a wipe, marking the start of a fresh experience for players on those servers. ARKPocalypse servers are monthly-wipe servers with higher-than-usual rates, offering a unique gameplay environment. Beginner servers, designed to provide a fresh experience for new players, will also be wiped periodically.
Clear Cove is here! It is a medium-sized map for Project Zomboid created by Dr. Hollandaise. The map features five towns, each with its own unique characteristics, and includes various buildings contributed by members of the Project Zomboid (PZ) community. Dr. Hollandaise, a surgeon by profession and a passionate gamer, decided to venture into mapping to create a new and original experience for himself and other players. Clear Cove aims to provide a sense of exploration by hiding locations from players and encouraging them to discover and uncover secrets.
The map offers a variety of locations, including a seaside town called Mountport with a lighthouse that can be turned into a base, an industrial town named Boscage filled with sawmills and timber yards, the largest city on Clear Cove called Starford, a cozy farming town called Southbrook, and the rougher area of Littlehope. In addition to the main towns, players can explore multiple road stops, a military base, seaside mansions, cabins in the woods, a creepy cult place, a forest community, industrial docks, and more.
Dr. Hollandaise drew inspiration from the vanilla PZ map and the detailed work put into it. He also referenced rural Kentucky on Google Maps to shape the layout of Clear Cove. The map took approximately 150 hours to create, including the learning process, and features buildings made by the PZ community. Dr. Hollandaise expresses gratitude for the community's contribution and highlights notable buildings like the lighthouse by Pe2h and the Havisham resort by Ktorr2.