ATLANTA – MAY 11 – Today, Paladins introduces Lillith as the latest Support Champion in the Realm, the Event Pass: Lost Future set in a terrifying timeline, and a destructible cart in Siege: Beyond.
Among Paladins Supports, blood-drinking Lillith, out today, belongs to the most aggressive ones and is all about making the right choices.
With her Blood Hex, Lillith can either heal an ally or suck away the lifeforce of an enemy. Similarly, she can summon her Swarm of bats to both rejuvenate allies and feast on the blood of all enemies caught inside. What’s more, both abilities can only be used for a price paid in blood – and this time, it’s her own. As Lillith sacrifices some of her Health Points to cast her magic, players need to stay aware of their vulnerability at all times.
Through her dark pact with the Abyss, Lillith is able to take to the skies briefly. She can also bring forth the Blood Moon with her ultimate to bless allies with pure Lifesteal that cannot be reduced – a unique feat in Paladins.
Also new today, the Event Pass: Lost Future holds 24 rewards including two skins themed around a fan-favorite storyline—the ravages of Yagorath and the Maw. The Lost Future alternative dimension opens an appalling window on what the Realm would have looked like if Yagorath had prevailed in establishing her dominion despite Atlas, the savior from the future.
Alongside the Shattered Goddess Io, Atlas gets a new skin in this Event Pass, sure to please Paladins fans as they have been requesting it more often than any other.
With Siege: Beyond, Paladins periodically experiments innovative twists for its most strategic mode, Siege, where both teams strive to escort a cart until it reaches the enemy base. Barik has been hard at work on some adjustments to those carts, vital instruments in the war opposing the Magistrate to the Resistance. But the tinkerer’s technology is not yet perfected…
Starting with this update, the Siege: Beyond cart always keeps moving – enemy Champions in range only slow it down while allies speed it up. Users beware: this experimental cart comes with a major drawback as it can be destroyed with enough damage.
All players are welcome to try out this new Siege: Beyond iteration and share their thoughts. If the community feedback is positive, the destructible carts may become a permanent feature in regular Siege.
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