Sword of Legends Online Dungeon Raging River Ruins

May 22, 2021 at 9:07 PM in Gaming News with no comments

Developer Gameforge shared a new video about their upcoming Chinese MMORPG called Sword of Legends Online.

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What is Swords of Legends Online?


This coming MMORPG is set around the Chinese Mythology as well as its world. It has dungeons, a variety of raids, PvP content as well as housings.

Swords of Legends first launched in China in 2019 and the rest of the world will get a remastered version when the game launches.

To give us an idea of what the game looks like, an alpha footage has been shared.

Sword of Legends Online Character

Image: CGMagOnline.com

Sword of Legends Online Dungeon Raging River Ruins


The video that you’ve watched above is the “Raging River Ruins” dungeon. The setting of the run is in its highest difficulty setting. You get to see some of the enemies as well as the stunning visual effects that the game has.

Just watching the video kind of reminds us of the classic MMORPGs. It comes with debuffs, buffs, area attacks, and challenging enemies and boss fights.

The game also comes with a lot of stages, each with its own minibosses. Defeat these bosses and you earn weapons and rewards.

The Swords of Legends Online Dev Stream also shared other dungeons like the Nightmare Temple of Mercy. If you look closely, both dungeons are quite similar.

Three Stages Per Dungeon


Each dungeon that you would go through will have three stages, the first two will have the intermediate boss and the last will have the final, more powerful boss.

Get to watch what the dungeons are all about in the PvE trailer by Gameforge:



5 Available Dungeons


For right now, players will be starting with 5 dungeons which are:

  • Yemo City in Wuzhao
  • Nightmare Temple of Mercy
  • Frostbitten Path
  • Chou Prison
  • Raging River Ruins

Every dungeon is different. Each one has a different look, enemies, and story.

Yemo City

Image: Gameforge.com

One of the examples is Yemo City in Wuzhao where the Wuzhao family worshiped the god of death. To find out more about each dungeon you can check out the post on Gameforce.com.