Legends of Aria begins final alpha

Rest time’s over, boys and girls, so dust yourself off and get back into the thick of the alpha. In this case, it’s Legends of Aria and its final alpha test, which is running from now through October 9th.

The Ultima Online spiritual successor has a lot of new tricks and features this time around, such as more zones, dungeons, cities, and a raid. Players will also find that the combat system has received an upgrade and that character progression offers many more choices.

If you want to get into the alpha test, just know that it will cost you. The cheapest tier that includes alpha access is $40, although the studio is quick to point out that this also comes with a one-week head start prior to the launch.

Once the final alpha concludes, Citadel Studios will gear up for the Steam launch, which has yet to be dated.

Source: Press release
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Suikoden

Is this supposed to have a persistent server/ official servers, or are they going the survival sandbox route with this? I only ask because I believe Shards was called Shards because they were going to have smaller private servers. I could be wrong, but does anyone know how these servers are going to be set up?

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Dystopiq

Good luck getting it to download. Website won’t even load properly for me.

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Solaris

I was just able to DL client.

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Dystopiq

Yeah now. I already grabbed it. 2 hours and 27 minutes ago no one was able to DL it because the CDN was being wonky.

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Gadgets-4G

Looks like their website is being hammered. Wonder if they’re under attack.

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FVerret

They’ve been Massively OPed.

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Raimo Kangasniemi

They tweeted it’s a technical issue down to heavy traffic. Doesn’t mean it couldn’t be DDOS.

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Jeremy Barnes

Seems like they realize a bunch of people trying to access a “new” product isn’t a DDOS attack

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Gadgets-4G

Is someone feeling a little superior? hmmmm?

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Jeremy Barnes

huh?

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