You’ll no longer have to rely on currencies when doing repeat battling. This is a refreshing change to see for the Epic Seven community.
So instead of paying up, you’ll be using your pets, which will give you a limit on how many repeat battlings you can do. It’s all based on the generation of the pet, and whatever it is determines your overall limit.
Once you go through all of your repeat battlings, you can then reset the feature. This will allow you to do it all over it again without wasting currency.
You will also have the ability to add additional pets as ingredients. This will give a better chance of success during Pet Synthesis.
There’s also a new hero for you to enjoy. Four-star Moonlight Hero Tempest Surin can now be added to your squad following the update.
She’s immensely powerful as she deals great damage and also has the ability to dish out debuffs on the battlefield. She can increase her combat readiness after being attacked, making her one of the more well-rounded heroes in the game.
And just when you thought that was enough to digest, there’s a new side story called Bittersweet Dessert Festival available for a limited time. The six-part tale follows Heroes from Ritania and Cidonia, and you’ll have the chance to make game-changing decisions.
You’ll also have the opportunity to cop some sweet illustrations while playing through the story, which can be viewed in your journal at any time. This side story will be available until March 12th, so try to jump on it while you can.
Last but not least, there are some neat changes for heroes and artefacts, where they will receive buffs if they are not used as often. On top of that, equipment crafting receives 40% off from the cost of its original price, so there’s plenty of things for you to take advantage of in this update.
Epic Seven is out now for free on Google Play and the App Store.
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