With Albion Online now in a launch state and rocking a “stable economy,” Game Director Robin Henkys says that it’s high time to take a look at what the development team is planning in the months ahead.
“We really think right now we are just at the foundation level,” Henkys reported. “We have a lot of the systems in place, but the game has a lot of room to be improved.”
The team is planning on an update cadence of about three to four major content patches per year. First up for Albion are a couple of solo play features, such as fishing and meaningful solo PvP without the zergs. After that, the team would like to make a more dynamic open world, improve Outland warfare, and implement quality-of-life improvements for guilds.
Albion Online is currently running its first Halloween festival, which will go through November 15th. Get Henkys’ full report after the break!