Dark Age of Camelot is the deluxe MMORPG from Mythic Entertainment, and is set ten years after the death of the fabled King Arthur of Camelot. Sensing that the once great city is gradually weakening, the enemies of Albion, such as the barbarous Norse from Midgard and the magical Celts from Hibernia, have set their sights on finally crushing the city and destroying King Arthur’s realm once and for all.
DAoC pioneered large-scale Realm vs Realm combat, while still having the usual expected MMORPG features such as PvE, questing, a large variety of races and classes, player and guild housing, a quality combat system, mounts, pets, and all based on excellent lore. Click over to the main website for a free 14-day trial!
The Dark Age of Camelot team and community have a lot to celebrate with the game's fifteen anniversary. It's so big, in fact, that the party needs an entire month -- October, to be exact -- in order to fit it all in.
The Dark Age of Camelot site has been updated with the news that one of the game's most ambitious patches to date has launched and has been running smoothly for over a day now. This patch is notable for the sprucing up most classes have undergone. Not only that, the brand new warfare contribution system, siege system and crafting updates have also been released with this patch.
Venerated Dark Age of Camelot just keeps chugging away with new updates, new everything. Loyal players are often treated to new ways to play the game including the recent announcement that big changes are in store for all character classes. We chatted with Producer John Thornhill about exactly that. See what he had to say in this exclusive interview.
The Dark Age of Camelot team has released a brand new video to spotlight some of the new abilities and changes coming with the v1.121 update. The number of changes is so large that the patch has been divided into four parts to fit them all in. Check out the video below to see what's new!
The biggest event in Dark Age of Camelot in ages it set to launch today via Broadsword. Read on for the details, and where to get started in-game.
The Dark Age of Camelot team has published the first-ever monthly update for the game and it is packed with all sorts of interesting information and links to what has been going on in the last month, as well as a peek ahead at what players can expect to see coming in the near future.
Former Dark Age of Camelot players are being invited back for a special thirteenth anniversary event that will allow them thirteen days of free game time and a chance to participate in a special anniversary RvR event. Any account active prior to September 24, 2014 is eligible to return for the event.
A big shiny new patch has been deployed for Dark Age of Camelot that includes some new material, some overhauled content and sees the return of the doppelgangers. The notes have been posted on the DAoC site along with screenshots to show improvements to several frontiers.
The Dark Age of Camelot team has officially announced that it has started a Steam Greenlight campaign in order to bring the title to the gaming platform. Fans are invited to head to the Greenlight page to vote.
In a new interview on the Dark Age of Camelot website, developers revealed (among other things) that due to popular demand, they're thinking about adding a mail system to the game.