Best footage I can get for PVP sandbox MMO Profane currently in beta.
Have you logged into Shroud of the Avatar this month? Because doing so gets you a free house! Specifically, a free wood-and-plaster row home, three stories tall. That’s an upgrade from what players normally get for free, and it can be yours just by logging in and checking your reward tab before the end of May. Players can also pick up a miniature greyhound pet as an additional login reward, so if you’ve long wanted a three-story house with a dog barking around, you can actually get that in the game.
The next Darkfall: Rise of Agon update is going to include the full release of the “freemium” edition of the game with some changes due to player feedback. For instance, the reduction in skill progression speed has been eliminated for free players and much more. In addition, players will find that the in-game browser has been overhauled, the dye system will be included and several tweaks have been made to armor and combat.
Other notable inclusions:
- better clan management
- hotbar customization
The patch is not dated, but devs have plans to release more information over the coming weeks.
Check out the Darkfall: Rise of Agon site to learn more.
Wilhelm of The Ancient Gaming Noob caught a fun popcorn moment from the EVE Online universe this week, thanks to a delicious pie chart posted up by CCP Peligro that essentially shows which EVE Online player corporation alliances have seen the most players banned.
Disclaimer: not posting absolute values, and the percentages are in the context of a SELECT TOP 25 clause.
This is the same historical data we’ve shown at fanfest but without the names removed. #tweetfleet #eveonline
Year To Date data will be shared later; same names different% pic.twitter.com/bYpX180BTU
— CCP Peligro (@CCP_Peligro) May 9, 2019
Content retrieved from: https://massivelyop.com/2019/05/11/eve-online-developer-releases-pie-chart-of-botter-shame/.
Additionally, I didn’t want cooking to simply be a skill that you have “templates” that you could craft for each various food and buff combination. So the ingredients you use in cooking actually determine the buffs that will be applied when the final product is consumed. This will allow cooks to cater their food items to specific play styles. Do you value stamina and mana in your build? Or perhaps you’re a crafter/gatherer that wants health/weight capacity? By mixing ingredients cooks will now be able to create food that is suited to YOUR needs.
“Three major new Outland regions have been added to the world of Albion: Siluria (equivalent in size and value to Cumbria) and West and East Glouvia (equivalent in size and value to West and East Anglia, respectively). While these regions will be claimable during the next Invasion Day (May 18), and will generate siphoned energy and spawn loot chests, they will not contribute season points to the current (sixth) GvG season. They will begin generating season points as normal at the beginning of Season 7.”