Camelot Unchained conforms to GDPR regs, shows off new visual effects

Europe’s new GDPR regulations are creating a lot of busy work for many MMORPG studios including City State Entertainment, which had to spend over 350 hours updating Camelot Unchained’s privacy policy and making other changes to conform to the law.

“We have made a number of changes to our privacy policy based upon the GDPR,” CSE said. “The good news is that ALL of our backers will now have extra protection, rights, and options than they had before. The bad news is that you have to read through a lot of words.”

The studio once again confirmed that it was still on track for July’s Beta 1 test. Some of its recent projects included adding more features for plots, setting up the new forums, adding dynamic updating of the skill bar, laying out the home islands, prepping cross-server scenarios, and more.

Visual effects are coming along nicely, and you can look at a few of these after the break!

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ultorius

It looks like dungeon siege 2. The only way this game is good is if they invent a time machine and release it at 2002

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Roger Melly

If there is a good game at the heart of it I can overlook the graphics I am tired of great looking shallow games .

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Dean Greenhoe

Shit happens and its not always pretty, but the earth keeps rotating. Keep smiling.
You will never get to the finish line if you quit running.

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Robert Mann

GDPR: a handful conforming (or at least trying) and a whole bunch of “Nope, blackout in EU!” I believe a number of us called a lot of places doing that second one, btw.

Here’s hoping the hours worked out to conforming, and that the people in the EU appreciate the effort of those who bother. XD

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Oleg Chebeneev

While first 2 effects look amateurish at best but can pass for low budget indie, the third “blast charge” is just goddamn awful.

Animations are also pretty bad. I dont even know what the heck archer in first video doing with his arm. Starting an engine? And where that arrow appeared from on the 3d video?

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Sally Bowls

Ever cautious, I think “CAMELOT UNCHAINED CONFORMS TO GDPR REGS” is more “After 350 hours of effort, CU intends, hopes and prays their new policy conforms to GDPR but it is a complicated, new law in a technology area that the law has not fully caught up with so it is unlikely one can be absolutely certain what conforms.” Which is not as catchy of a headline.