• Date2022. 10. 28

The October update for 5minlab’s real-time PvP action game also launches an enchantment system to upgrade Legends and a new Smash Pass

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS – October 27, 20225minlab, an independent studio owned by KRAFTON Inc., announced that their real-time PvP action game SMASH LEGENDSOctober update is now live. The update welcomed the 30th Legend named Victor, the addition of an enchantment system to upgrade Legends, a new Smash Pass and an in-game lobby background to celebrate the Halloween season.

See below for a breakdown of major additions that are live in SMASH LEGENDS’ latest update:

  • Victor, the Electrifying Legend – SMASH LEGENDSupdate introduces the 30th Legend to join SMASH LEGENDS’ diverse roster. Victor utilizes electric gloves and a lightning rod to deal electrical damage to opposing enemies.
  • Enchantment System – The October update officially launches SMASH LEGENDS’ enchantment system to strengthen the stamina and offensive powers of Legends. To use the system, players need enchantment scraps that can be acquired from Gacha. Enchantment can be freely equipped or exchanged on slots of Legends.
  • Smash Pass Chapter 5 – The new Smash Pass, Chapter 5: The Pale Heir, is officially available to Smashers to purchase. Players who purchase the Smash Pass and reach stage 10 will receive the 30th Legend, Victor!

As a real-time PvP action game, SMASH LEGENDS offers quick matches with short play times and intuitive controls, contributing to more than 5.5 million downloads worldwide. The game offers 30 charming characters (called Legends) based on unique interpretations of popular fairy tales, five modes (Dominion, Battle Royale, Duel, Competitive Match, Duo Touchdown) and supports cross-play on both mobile and PC (Steam) devices as a multiplatform title.

For more information about SMASH LEGENDS and the October update, please visit and follow the game on social media (Twitter | Facebook | Discord | YouTube). For press assets, please visit the KRAFTON Press Site.

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