Summoners War: Lost Centuria's Season 7 update introduces two new monsters, Halloween content, and more

Summoners War: Lost Centuria's Season 7 update introduces two new monsters, Halloween content, and more

Season 7 of Summoners War: Lost Centuria has arrived today, introducing two new monsters, the Legend Skill Stone Summon menu, Skill Stone Pieces and more. Additionally, the game is also celebrating Halloween with some spooky content.

The first of the two new monsters is Sige, a Dark Hero Monster. He has the Black Moon skill, which attacks the forefront of an enemy and grants Unrecoverable, Continuous Damage and DEF DOWN II in one slash. His skill stone bolsters the effect of Black Moon by 25% and damage by 20%.

The second is Orochi, a Rare Wind Monster. He also attacks forefront enemies and grants Continuous Damage for three seconds with a 50% chance with each hit. His Skill Stone increases crit rate by 20% and Continuous Damage duration of Hurricane Dance by three seconds.

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To celebrate Halloween, four skins have arrived in the game. They include Violent Demon Hwa, Succubus Soha, Devil Spirit Hraesvelg, and Pumpkin Head Lushen. The title screen, new battle map and monster backgrounds have also received a Halloween makeover.

Elsewhere, season 7 has introduced the Legend Skill Stone Summon feature that guarantees players a Legend Skill Stone, which is useful for enhancements. Meanwhile, players can now earn Legend Skill Stone pieces from Alliance Battle, Season Reward and the Battle Pass.

Finally, Single Mode has been added to Siege Battle, where players can enjoy the game at their preferred difficulty level. The content that's already available has been renamed to Normal and Hard mode and gets unlocked once players have battled through all Normal Mode chapters.

Summoners War: Lost Centuria is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It is a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.

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Stephen Gregson-Wood
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