Lost Ark Players Rush To Get 1-Year of Free Crystalline Aura Before a Fix is Deployed

Another New World type of bug may result in lots of bans

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Now let’s see what exactly is going on in Lost Ark nowadays. There’s a new developer mistake, where it allows you to pound free Crystalline Aura time by doing something very peculiar. A developer mistake to the extent of those in New World. The most used “pay-to-win” item on the market, Crystalline Aura, which goes for around 50 EUR for 180 days, might have just been penetrated.

But what’s the culprit for it exactly? Well, the Crystalline Aura is bound to your Steam account. Combined with the recent EU West Region, which has buffed daily rewards, you can append the remaining time of the Crystalline Aura with the 3-day reward. However, that’s not where it ends because the most recent EU West server is even more bountiful than that.

The 6-day reward in the EU West region is 500 free crystals. Every server in the EU West Region will provide you with this login reward. Therefore, all you need to do is log in for six days straight, shuffle through your characters and obtain the Crystal reward. Then, you can purchase the Crystalline Aura through the in-game store by pressing F4 for just 420. There you go, you have extra 30 days of Crystalline Aura, which can extend to a total of approximately one year of free Crystalline Aura.

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