Camelot Unchained crammed a bunch of people into a zone and it went pretty well

    
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Camelot Unchained’s Mark Jacobs returns with the game’s latest Friday update. He says that it’s a short one on account of a monster update coming next week, but there’s still plenty of reading for fans of the crowdfunded RvR fantasy title.

The recent 72 hours of alpha went “exceptionally well,” Jacobs writes, as there wasn’t a single server crash to be found during the whole event. He also mentions that there was no rubber-banding until 1700 backers and bots were crammed into a single small zone, which sounds even better given that the team hasn’t really begun the optimization process yet.

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If I get any more excited for this game I’ll have a seizure. 

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NobleNerd Estranged Mark Jacobs Bannex19 I hope Mark and some other backers drop in and explain more about the system.  However, I do believe there are some public documents on the website.  

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Here is the design document:  

http://camelotunchained.com/v2/bsc-design-docs/crafting/

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Wow that is some awesome numbers there. That is like a 3,500 person server at prime time with everyone fighting for one small piece of the pie at once.  Looks like CSE is on the right track.
Keep up the good work.  I think we will all be impressed with the games performance once the game gets released. Even just a few hundred people fighting in one location can be quite impressive to a long time MMO player.

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Estranged Mark Jacobs Bannex19 If this pans out to be true….. You will have yourself another dedicated player on board. No offense, BUT I have heard the “crafting matters and is important” speech too many times in the past to only be disappointed when the game went live.

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Mark Jacobs Boardwalker paragonlostinspace LOL

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xsorus Mark Jacobs I’m a Lifetime as well.  Been catching up on finishing my other games, while this one is being developed.  I kind of like that, has forced me to focus on completing some other great projects.

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Mark Jacobs Bannex19 Well, this is why I gave you my support.  My crafting with ACTUALLY MEAN SOMETHING.  Hot damn!

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wolfyseyes Tank walling gates in Warhammer after the front door got smashed through was pretty awesome.

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Worrying about what Derek smart will do or say next is like worrying about what that snot nosed 4th grade is thinking as he rides his bike passed your house.

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Bannex19

To see a video game properly execute a shield wall would be epic.