Lost Ark addresses bugs, unleashes ‘Fever Time Weekend’, and reminds us to hate Daylight Saving Time

Lost Ark has just launched their newest update, and with it comes a new event in the game called Fever Time Weekend. They are also addressing some of the bugs from this past week’s patch by implementing fixes for them.

The “lost ark twitter” is a social media account that was created by the developers of the game, Lost Ark. The account posts updates about the game and other announcements.


Amazon and Smilegate fixed Lost Ark overnight with a mismatched update that isn’t a hotfix. The patch fixes a number of flaws, including those related to potion trade, tornado spawning, controllers, and French translation, but it also introduces a new event dubbed Fever Time Weekend. In reality, it’s more of a login reward than an event. I mean, what’s not to like about free stuff?

“The in-game Fever Time event begins with this patch.” On Saturday and Sunday, until April 10th (at 2 AM PT / 10 AM UTC), one character on a player’s Roster will be able to claim a ‘3 Battle Items Chest,’ which contains the following items: Healing Battle Item Chest x5, Utility Battle Item Chest x5, Offensive Battle Item Chest x5. The three Battle Items Chest may be claimed twice on Saturday and Sunday between 3:01 AM PT / 10:01 AM UTC and 2:59 AM PT / 9:59AM UTC, when the event clock resets. Fever Time will take place every weekend through April, so take advantage of it while you can!”

Amazon also repaired event timers that had malfunctioned due to… drumroll… DST stands for Daylight Saving Time. Even video games despise DST. “Due to Daylight [Saving] Time, the in-game event timings were one hour off. For the clock to look properly, players must have DST enabled on their PCs.”

The servers have been brought back up after maintenance. Please accept my heartfelt gratitude for your patience. https://t.co/KqiH5BfyOc

— Lost Ark (@playlostark) March 15, 2022


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