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Age of Conan: Unchained News - A Time of Reflection

Posted by Suzie Ford on Jul 28, 2010  | 7 comments in our forums

Age of Conan's Craig Morrison has written the July edition of the Game Director's Letter. In it, Morrison speaks to the fact that developers are in a state of reflection at the moment due to factors including the Norwegian holiday season, a new studio to get running and the just-launched expansion. But reflection doesn't mean not working.

Funcom has plans to roll out some updates to the Rise of the Godslayer expansion over the next month or two. These updates will include some bug fixes and adding the rest of the tier 4 raids. Funcom devs are also beginning work on the underlying Dreamworld engine. Add to that the prioritization of the never ending list of things to do, implement, fix and add and, well, they have a lot to do.

But even more important to devs right now is player feedback. With that in mind, Funcom has created five surveys for players to complete. Each survey focuses on a different topic:

  • General Questions: Here
  • Gameplay questions: Here
  • PVP questions: Here
  • Guild Questions: Here
  • Raiding questions: Here

To sweeten the pot, Funcom will gift lifetime subscriptions to one player per survey in a drawing to be held in August. Winners will be chosen from among all survey participants who provide an active account email.

Morrison stresses that no matter how 'off the beaten track' one's opinion is, it's worth making it heard by completing the surveys. Never let a chance like this pass!

Read all of Morrison's Game Director's Letter and then take the surveys to let your voice be heard.

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