Dark Age of Camelot newsletter addresses future changes

    
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This is not the knighthood.

The first newsletter for Dark Age of Camelot under Broadsword‘s management is out now, and it’s largely looking to the future. The casual group finder, for example, is available in the game now, but it’s not actually working out as the developers have intended (you can check out a video of how to use it past the break). So what’s to be done? The designers intend to place it in a better UI location and expand its functionality to make queueing for both PvE and RvR events viable.

The newsletter also looks forward to the inclusion of new traveling merchants and UI improvements in the near future. Player programs like the Knights of the Roundtable are also receiving an overhaul to emphasize community engagement and create a stronger player presence. Check out the full newsletter for all the details.

[Source: DAoC newsletter]
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The Big D
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The Big D

I resub every now and then. but nothing will ever be as good as the old days. 

mysecretid
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mysecretid

I really enjoyed my time with DAoC (and I was playing on the PvE server, without the famed Realm versus Realm PvP), but as I’ve posted before, the graphics are now sufficiently old that they make my eyes bleed. Also, some of the in-game mechanics were laid down before certain keybinds became “standardized”, so they’re a bit wtf?

All that said, if you think you’ll be okay with the older graphics and the funky keybinds, it may be woth a look, in my opinion.

brelic
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brelic

I played this game for years, I’m just saying the community is dying and a model update might boost interest for new players. DAOC is an AMAZING game for its time..

schlag sweetleaf
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schlag sweetleaf

There was a time when they talked about making a classic server that got rid of the Trial of Atlantis fail and also possibly creating a realm invasion rule set. I can only hope that Broadsword might entertain these ideas once again..

PaganRites
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PaganRites

I don’t care about post Mark Jacob’s DAoC.  The Mark Jacob’s era DaoC will always stand among my favorite MMO years.

agemyth
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agemyth

brelic The majority of players of old games like this do not care about graphical improvements such as new character models.

brelic
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brelic

Wish they would update character models…

schlag sweetleaf
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schlag sweetleaf

Brings back fond but faded memories….