Lost Ark to Get Two New Classes by May, According to Roadmap

New class - the Glaivier.
New class - the Glaivier. / Image courtesy of Smilegate RPG/Amazon Games

Two new classes, previously only released in Korea, are set to arrive in Lost Ark by May.

Lost Ark is gearing up for some major content updates over the next few months, adding in two new classes, a new continent, new dungeons and more. Revealed as part of the game's roadmap for the next few months, Amazon and Smilegate RPG have been hard at work ensuring that players will have plenty to get stuck into.

The two classes that will be heading to the Western version of Lost Ark are a new Martial Arts Advanced Class - Glaivier, and a new Warrior Advanced Class - Destroyer. The Glaivier class is set to arrive later this month, in April, while the Destroyer is currently set for May.

The new Destroyer class.
The new Destroyer class. / Image courtesy of Smilegate RPG/Amazon Games

While new classes alone are always exciting, there's still plenty more to come for Lost Ark players. The roadmap outlined some new endgame content, such as the continent of South Vern which players will be able to enjoy later this month. In May, we'll also see a new weekly challenge added - the Trial Guardian Raids.

During the Trial Guardian Raids, players can attempt to defeat three Trial Guardians each with their own required item level to enter. Each week will see a Guardian rotate out and replaced with another challenging enemy.

A numer of other raids have also been tentatively scheduled for May: a new Guardian Raid - Deskaluda, and a Legion Raid - Valtan in both Normal and Hard modes. It's important to keep in mind that these raids aren't locked in, so might end up being delayed if certain circumstances arise.

Also scheduled are a number of bug fixes and quality of life improvements which are sure to keep everything running smoothly. Everything from UI enhancements, better party finders, and new customization options.

Things appear to be staying stong for Lost Ark as it continues into the coming months.