Fresh features are quickly fighting their way to Age of Wushu.
Age of Wushu has only been out for about a week now, yet after a successful launch requiring the addition of a fourth server, developer Snail USA have shown they're not messing around free-to-play martial arts MMO in the near future, such as a PvP tournament, a dungeon and some Asian nuptials.
First up is the Mount Hua PvP Competition. The competition rewards players who participate with new titles and costumes, while top players have the chance to earn rare items like a Heaven Sword.
For the less competitive folks, the new instance, Yanmen Pass, will allow players to journey across China to a story that they choose. Every time players run Yanmen Pass they'll get to experience a new story.
Age of Wushu is a free-to-play 3D martial arts MMO, inspired by the lore of medieval China. As a member of one of eight factions, players will develop their characters, learn new skills and take part in both PvE and PvP combat. The game will be entirely skill-based, without classes or levels, and the martial arts combat is enhanced by superhuman abilities.
If you're a lover not a fighter, don't worry, there's something coming for you too. Ming Dynasty Weddings will allow players to join in companionship with one another amidst lovely parties and parades.
Along with these features, Snail USA plans to constantly update and polish Age of Wushu. They've also published their official stance on the game's horrible gold seller and gold spammers problem, as well as their intention to ban gold buyers and sellers.