Digimon Masters Online Announces Find The Wanted Event

Digimon is a very interesting franchise to talk about. It came after the boom of Pokemon, and many saw it as a “clone” and nothing else. But for those...
Digimon Masters Online

Digimon is a very interesting franchise to talk about. It came after the boom of Pokemon, and many saw it as a “clone” and nothing else. But for those who gave it a chance and watched it, they were changed forever. Digimon has lived on and off ever since, delighting fans with deep stories, epic battles, and even some really good video games. One of the ones that’s currently still out there is Digimon Masters Online, a MMORPG that harkens back to the original Digimon series, and lets players dive into a unique take on the Digital World.

But as we all know, it’s not just about having a MMORPG, it’s about keep the players entertained while playing it, which means that special events need to be made. Well, Digimon Masters Online has just started a new one that’ll have you tracking down a wanted Digimon. In “Find The Wanted,” you’ll be on a daily quest to find and defeat SkullSatamon. If you are able to defeat him, you’ll get a special Bounty Box with a random item inside. Right-click on it to see what you get!

You can do this quest every day from now until the 27th of June when the next scheduled maintenance is set to happen. This means that you can get a lot of items if you are able to locate SkullSatamon and defeat them multiple times.

But wait, there’s more! Digimon Masters Online is also going to give out special login bonuses starting June 15th and until July 13th. And if you login every day during this special event, you’ll get a final reward for having perfect attendance.

This event just adds to the wonder of Digimon Masters Online, which features real-time combat, over 100+ mercenary Digimon that you can use, a vast world to explore, and more. The game is available on Steam if you want to try it out.

 

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