Kritika is an action MMORPG for PC that also happens to have a mobile version. The mobile version’s in English and published by Gamevil, who’ve updated the game with a slew of new stuff including a new Inheritance system for transferring weapon upgrades between gear.
Inheritance is a means to ensure old gear isn’t wasted entirely. Gear in Kritika’s mobile version can be enhanced with additional stats, which is the familiar longsword becoming a longsword +1. There’s an Enhancement limit for every item though, ensuring you can’t simply powerup weaker weapons and sic ‘em to a more powerful item forever.
Most savvy gamers don’t bother upgrading the lower level stuff since it’d be a waste of money, resources and you’d just get new gear quickly anyway. The Inheritance system hopes to change that. With this, you’ll be able to transfer those enhancements to a new weapon.
Using the paid currency of Karats you’ll be able to fully transfer all stats over (so a longsword +5 can give that +5 to a slightly-better-longsword) while using in-game gold will have a limit of three enhancement levels less. That’s… actually not too bad for a free player.
This is going to be especially useful for those who’ve hit the previous level cap of 50 and gotten a good bunch of gear drops. The game is upping its levels to a new max of 55, which obviously comes with new zones and gear.
The new zone is called Bane Harbor, and is full of swashbucklin’ pirates as befits the title of the update “Wrath of the Pirate King”
That’s already a pretty meaty update, but like any good salesman, there’s more. Kritika is also adding a Tower of Tribulations area. This acts like a kind of ascending tower that you can climb, defeating mobs and bosses along the way like a challenge zone. This will also however drop the Inheritance items you’ll need to do item enhancement transfers.