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‘Wild West’ season in Cuisine Royale: Cowboys, Revolvers, Sheriffs, Bandits and a playable Heroine!

December 13, 2018 — Darkflow Software and Gaijin Entertainment are excited to announce‘Wild West’, the newest content season for the free-to-play Battle Royale shooter Cuisine Royale. Beginning December 12, players will meet and encounter the cultures and customs of the Wild West, with cowboys, bandits, sheriffs, native americans and other heroes of the prairie joining the fray. The Wild West season will introduce players to the first female playable character in Cuisine Royale, Annie “Pin-Up” Ashley. While her nickname may sound endearing, don’t let it fool you: She earned it being able to hit a pin-head with her revolver at 100 feet away, not because of her undoubtedly good looks.

Recreating the era’s distinctive style, the ‘Wild West’ season allows players to craft and equip several dozen Western-themed items, outfits, emotes, masks and more. From various native warrior outfits to classic cowboy attires and sheriff’s uniforms, the new options for crafting will leave no fan of the Wild West disappointed. To craft the new items, players will now earn ‘Royal Dollars’, which can be earned by fulfilling daily tasks in the game.

All rare items from the previous ‘Italian Weeks’ season, e.g. the ‘Godfather’s Suit’ can now be sold to other players for Gaijin Coins via the Gaijin Market. The proceeds can then be spent to either purchase the book ‘Stories of the Wild West’, this season’s premium item required to craft some of the new items, or to purchase items in other Gaijin games.

Another major addition this season is the new achievement system, which allows players to track their impressive successes in battle. Unlocking an achievement will yield a solid reward in experience points. Best of all: the system is retroactive, which means no accomplishments of the previous season will be lost. Time to check out in game what crazy achievements you got!

For more information, visit: http://www.gameroyale.net

 


 

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