Rift, the free-to-play MMORPG from Trion Worlds, has gone live with update 2.5, Song of Dreams. This update features all new content, including an all-new underwater mini-saga called Song of Dreams and Gifts of the Fae, as well as a new Level-60 version of a Telaran instance every week starting November 13. Other additions include: a reduction of the level requirement on quests and content in Iron Pine Peak; improved PvP matchmaking; a new Planar Attunement Nexus; new Infinity Gate Dimension; International Shards and much more. Hit up the official patch notes for more information.
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Rift Update 2.5 Song Of Dreams
Song Of Dreams