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Age of Conan gets PvP update

New guild warfare, raised PvP level cap.

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Funcom has released the seventh update to its fantasy MMO Age of Conan. Called Shrines of Bori, the patch its focused on new player-versus-player content, rewards and features.

The titular Shrines of Bori are the objectives of a new battleground for guild warfare situated in the Border Kingdoms, around the village of Brandoc. Fighting for them will reward players with new PvP armour sets for every class, as well as PvP experience points that now scale to your PvP level. The PvP level cap has also been raised.

There's also an in-game event, The Silver Atrium, which acts as a teaser for the game's first expansion pack, Rise of the Godslayer. Some user interface tweaks to the map and quest tracker have been added.

If you're not bothered about PvP, check out our recent Rise of the Godslayer preview to find out what to expect from the first Age of Conan expansion, due in the first half of this year.

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