Dark Throne Adds Automated Dungeon Patrol and New Game Items in the Latest Patch
The v.1.4.1 update includes an auto-patrol feature that allows players to earn rewards even when they go offline, as well as new belt items that boost character resistance.
What's coming up in Dark Throne
Dark Throne, a blockchain RPG inspired by the "hack and slash" genre, has released new, exciting features in the latest update, which includes the automated dungeon patrol, new belt equipment, and minor visual upgrades.
The auto-patrol mechanism, dubbed the Izendar Patrol, allows gamers to earn rewards even when they go offline. The Patrol runs automatically at a maximum interval of 12 hours in Adventure Dungeon.
According to the team, the Patrol starts automatically after players complete the 15th-floor dungeon. Users will receive random rewards such as gold, equipment, and small XP orbs based on the last cleared dungeon at the start of each patrol cycle. Rewards can accumulate for up to 12 hours. After 12 hours, the Patrol will stop, and players must claim their rewards by clicking "Claim Rewards." Once done, the patrol will resume, with the 12-hour cycle being restarted.
Notably, players won't have to wait 12 hours to collect their prizes. If the Patrol has been running for 2 hours, users can earn rewards equivalent to the amount of time elapsed by pressing the "Get Reward" button. Alternatively, they can claim rewards equivalent to 6 hours of patrol time using a magic scroll. Each player can earn extra rewards up to 3 times daily, with the number of attempts reset at UTC 0:00. All prizes are catered to the character who receives them. If claimed by a character who cleared a higher floor in Adventure Dungeon, the rewards will be way juicier.
On top of that, the new Belt items in Dark Throne offer different types of resistance, such as fire, bleeding, and shock resistance. The common and rare blessing chests have seen some visual improvements, making them easier to distinguish.