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Third birthday celebrations to get under way in April.

WHAT:

The Matrix Online (MxO) celebrates its third anniversary with in-game events and parties, along with Game Update 59 set to debut in April.

Some in game features include:

The Return of the Smith Virus

- The ever-popular Smith Virus returns in this years anniversary as it seeks to infect all those in the Matrix.

- Players can approach a virologist near various city monuments who will present them with a ticket to begin a mission leading to the Oracle.

- Complete the mission from the Oracle and get Smiths End Brownie which cures players of the Smith Virus infection. Players can even throw the brownie at infected people to cure them of the virus.

- Watch out for Smithlings but if one is encountered one, he might drop a Smith Frag for usage.

Dont Forget About the Goodies

- Have an extra Smith Frag or Smiths End Brownie? Take them to a virologist to get items available only during the anniversary! Dont worry, once these special items are acquired they are then accessible year-round.

- Items available during the MxO Anniversary

o 20+ t-shirts with 12 new types this year

o Oracle Anniversary Cookies which provide additional healing from any damage you might incur from fighting those devious Smithlings or other foes.

o Smith Rage Pills that temporarily confer combat buffs similar to those received from the Smith Virus.

o Smith Firewall Candy new this year! These candies award players temporary immunity against Smith Virus infections a must for any brave operatives!

In-Game Party

o Party with developers, Rarebit, Walrus, Virrago, Moonlite, Brewko, 9mmfu and Dracomet and other players on Friday, March 21st from 3-5pm PST on the Syntax server in Camon Heights Park to chat and celebrate MxOs 3rd birthday.

WHEN: The MxO Third Anniversary is scheduled to begin on March 20th and conclude on April 3rd

WHERE: TheMatrixOnline.com

THE MATRIX ONLINE, characters, names and all related indicia are trademarks of and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

All other trademarks or tradenames are properties of their respective owners.

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