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  Ragnarok bring its toughest challenge yet
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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource Games Press.]

4game Platform announces the Endless Tower to feature its next major update for Ragnarok Online Europe, along with bonuses, treasures and interesting event additions.

4game brings a new update this late november to walk in the holiday season the right way. The challenge begins with the newly added Endless Tower, where players can try to climb all the 100 stages of the tower by defeating all the monsters in each stage. The challenge gets increasingly difficult in every new stage and players must be careful thus if you die, you are out.

To make sure the fearsome adventurers that sign up for the challenge are properly rewarded, for a week long there beloved party bonus will be even better, giving players that team up much more exp than usual.

And yet another great surprise is that one of the recurring events of the server just got a special new twist to it. The Cursed Chest, guardian of the Ominous Treasury now can change its properties in the middle of battles, making it even harder to defeat it!

And a solid update like this deserves an offer up to its standards. For this an exclusive new Luckybox, the Mystic Forest Treasure brings never before seen rare and extra rare items!

Ragnarok Online

Legendary Korean MMORPG released by Gravity in 2002 and published in many countries all over the world. The game universe is based on the manhwa Ragnarok by Lee Myung-jin. The Revo-Classic version strikes the right balance between the classic and Renewal mechanics. Old-school players remember RO, first of all, for its large-scale PvP events, non-linear character development, and unique graphics that combine 2D and 3D elements.