Blade and Soul is getting a new end game content update in about two weeks called Rising Waters. Releasing on February 10, this update will include “three challenging new pieces of max-level PvE content” and will also mark the start of the PvP preseason, with a new in-game UI. Competing against other players will earn you Zen Beans, the PvP currency.
As for the new dungeons, there’s Bloodshade/Nightshade Harbor (6- or 4-player Heroic (purple) dungeon, Bloodshade Harbor (and its 24-player version, Nightshade Harbor) offers max-level players new challenges against the Blackram pirates, and Poharan’s boss, Admiral Hae Mujin himself), Mushin’s Tower – Floors 1–7 (Ascend each level of Mushin’s Tower—a single player Heroic dungeon—for increasingly greater challenges, and even greater rewards. Additional floors and content will be added to Mushin’s Tower in future updates) and Hongmoon Level 5 (Hongmoon Levels allow you to continue to gain experience beyond level 45, and unlock additional skill points to increase your character’s strength in combat. This update will unlock five Hongmoon Levels to be gained after completion of a new quest).