Players who were told to create characters in regions with less populated servers must now start from scratch in their desired region.
Andy Jassy believes that the success of New World has given Amazon's gaming division a strong foothold in the market.
Issues with technical glitches, AI bugs, quest bugs, and more have been addressed in the first patch for Amazon's new MMORPG.
New World delivers a fun and approachable MMO despite being a bit too derivative and lacking polish.
Amazon also says it is "working to increase the capacity of all available servers to support a higher population cap."
The MMORPG's launch trailer is filled with the monsters and activities you'll do as you set forth on a new adventure on a strange island.
Amazon's new gargantuan MMORPG is out now for PC, but you shouldn't expect it to launch for other platforms anytime soon.
However, user reviews are currently "mixed" with only 53 percent being positive and complaints centering on long server queues.
Amazon Game Studios vice president Christoph Hartmann believes the upcoming MMORPG will help establish the company as a force to be reckoned with in the games industry.
The developer wants the game's launch to be "a smooth and fun experience for all players," and is working to address closed beta feedback.
Though all items at launch are "exclusively cosmetic," there are plans for fast travel and rested XP items.
The studio is comprised of several former members of the Rainbow Six Siege development team.
Beefing up end game content was said to be the main reason for the delay.
A lot of ambitious ideas coming into the upcoming MMO.
Remotely developing an MMO due to the recent pandemic has caused challenges for the developer.
Learn more about the Lost, Ancients and Angry Earth that occupy Aeternum.
The new screenshots and concept art showcase some of the diverse environments in the game.
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