Tomorrow, there will be a period of downtime for Lost beer keg to fix game timers for Daylight Saving Time and other issues. There will also be compensation for defective Tytalos Guardian Raid.
This week, with many tackling the time change from setting our clocks in advance, some games are prepping or organizing downtime to change the in-game clocks and systems. their new time in the real world. Lost Ark’s world event timer didn’t reset correctly with Monday’s patch, so the team is trying again to apply the radical fix. For this to work, players must have DST enabled on their computer.
To offset the time change error, there will be a 3,000 Grand Prix event token grant. The Arkesia Grand Prix has also begun recently and will run throughout the month. These tokens will be moved to your Mass Storage after the downtime. However, the Grand Prix is also currently being wiretapped. if you try to complete the event quest for the Grand Prix with a character below level 50, it won’t work. That issue won’t be fixed in this update tomorrow, so it may take some time before you can use those tokens.
Another good compensation plan is for those affected by the Tytalos Guardian Raid. If you lose items, there will be an allowance roughly based on what you may have lost. Since everyone uses different combinations of items, the team will grant different compensations and list the following items as possible options:
Consumable battle items
This update also aims to fix an issue with the Crystal bonus packs. After repair, they will be given the correct amount. For the third form of compensation for a bug, the team will retroactively issue the missed bounty.
For details on tomorrow’s downtime, see the note at Lost beer box.
https://www.mmorpg.com/news/lost-ark-downtime-will-fix-remaining-dst-clock-issues-grant-compensation-for-bugged-raid-and-crystals-2000124570 Lost Ark downtime will fix remaining DST clock issues, grant compensation for raid bugs and Crystals