In two days, Albion Online’s Nimue update will go live, bringing with it an array of new features, such as the new Crystal Realm PvP battles and the Party Finder, as well as a bunch of quality-of-life improvements. A new page on the game’s official site lays out all of the new additions players can expect from the update. In addition to displaying the features that Sandbox Interactive has already announced and discussed in detail, the page also reveals a few less-talked-about features, including improvements to the game’s farming and furniture placement systems, which should make it much simpler and more efficient for players to plant crops, tend to livestock, and decorate their personal territories.
This week we learned what happens when you launch one of Fallout 76’s nukes at a fissure site: you spawn a really big, high level Scorchbeast Queen and a bunch of end-game loot. Well, the players who launched that nuke decided to triple their efforts by launching three nukes, one from each of the missile silos, all at the same time. They fired their nukes and aimed them at the same spot on the map. The video above shows the triple mushroom cloud.
Content retrieved from: https://www.pcgamer.com/fallout-76-players-launch-3-nukes-at-once-crash-server/.
The first campaign for Crowfall approaches swiftly, which means it’s time to take a close look at how you’re creating your characters in the game. And it’s almost all in place! All of the races are there, almost all of the classes are there, and you can make your preferred character and plop them into… the lobby. No, not the world yet. First you make a character, then you decide the world you’re sending the character to, and that may mean the character is locked there with no means of escape… until the campaign ends.
Content retrieved from: https://massivelyop.com/2018/11/14/crowfall-examines-its-character-creation-for-its-first-campaign/.
“ArcheAge 5.0 – Relics of Hiram introduces players to the all-new Western Hiram Mountains zone, where they will face and conquer challenges, attain new gear, and increase their Ancestral level! Additionally, the new expansion will introduce the 11th skillset to the fold: Malediction! Adding a whopping 45 new class combinations to the mix, Malediction enables players to master powerful dark magic to exploit their enemies’ weaknesses while empowering themselves. […] The expansion brings even more features and improvements for ArcheAge, including an increase to the Ancestral level cap, enhanced house customizations, new achievements, and more.”