Rift: Ashes of History Trailer Features The Planar Attunement System

Posted By | On 29th, Sep. 2011

Ashes of History, the latest Rift game update featuring the Planar Attunement system, duo dungeons, and a brand new PvP Warfront, is now live.

Now the time has come for players to begin a fresh chapter in their Rift journey as new, sinister threats begin to emerge. Ashes of History kicks off the game’s next evolution with a host of new features and additional content, including post level-50 advancement, duo dungeons, a new Warfront, and much more.

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