Netmarble announced their first 2021 update for its pre-historic pet-collecting mobile MMORPG StoneAge World that adds the first GvG (Guild Versus Guild) content, Tribe Battle, for high-level players to experience. As part of the update, an all-new family of 2-4 Star Duford Family pets can now be collected by Level 45-and-above players at the Suburb Cookie Village.


Today’s update also introduces the first season of StoneAge World’s new Tribe Battle mode, which is now live for eligible players to enjoy. When the first season begins in February, players will participate in league-type competitions for higher rank, where various rewards will be provided to players upon achieving certain ranks.


Other new content coming to StoneAge World includes:


  • New Pets– 2-4 Star Duford Family pets including Duford, Langford, Ashford, Benford, Ronford, Draford, Moriford are now available to collect in the Suburb Cookie Village for players Level 45 and above.


  • Tribe Battle Boom-up Ticket Event is held from Feb.3 to Feb. 25 to encourage players who participate in the Tribe Battle. Players can achieve and exchange event tickets with rewards including Mecha Pet Core Component and Random 4 Star Pet Costume.


Daily Package is also improved for better player experience along with some found bugs including Ancient Beast King fixed.


StoneAge World takes the concept of pet-collection and role-playing game (RPG) mechanics and seamlessly blends them together with a delightful and venturesome MMO experience set in a whimsically inspired take on prehistoric societies. Set in the land of Tectonika, players will embrace the role of “Trainer,” a powerful warrior who collects, tames, and trains pets to protect the land from enemies. With over 250 pets including dinosaurs, wooly mammoths, pigs, wolves and more, players will have their hands full defending Tectonika against unknown enemies from the up-and-coming Machine Civilization and exploring the unique quirks of prehistoric society.


StoneAge World is now available for download on the App Store and Google Play, with supporting languages in English, Korean, Chinese (simplified / traditional), Japanese and Thai available for players. More information on StoneAge World can be found on the official website ( and on the game’s official Facebook.