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A Tale in the Desert News - New Version Coming August 7th

Posted by Suzie Ford on Jul 16, 2010  | 5 comments in our forums

eGenesis has announced that A Tale in the Desert V will officially launch on August 7, 2010. The fifth version of the game will feature new systems as well as welcome back one golden oldie.

According to developers, a new and robust fishing system is on its way as well as an improved mining system. The new player experience has been reworked for ATitD V and the mentoring system, not seen since version one, will be making a comeback.

In addition, several player created tests will update some of the older tests and players will have the opportunity to own their own cats.

Fishing will now involve the catching of insects, done through a variety of everyday activities in the game. Some insects will be very rare and result in catching rare fish. In addition, fish will now have to be processed to produce meat and a variety of other resources, including colorful scales.

Read more about this innovative, combat-free MMO at the official A Tale in the Desert site.

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