New World Articles
New World's next major update brings with it a host of changes, as well as the largest zone built in Amazon's MMO to date. But it might not be the hot desert of Brimstone Sands that raises the most eyebrows when this new update hits New World in October. A year after releasing, Amazon is completely revamping the New Player Experience, specifically with an aim to ease onboarding and center on the main story.
New World's closed beta has been in full swing since July 20th, and tens of thousands of players have landed in Aeternum waging war, skinning turkeys and more. One aspect of New World that has been frustrating though, more than others at least to Bradford, are the quests you can undertake in Amazon's MMO.
This past week we had the chance to go hands on with New World's endgane activities: Outpost Rush and one of the late-game Expeditions, the Lazarus Instrumentality. How do these fare as New World transitions to Closed Beta this week? Read on for our thoughts!
New World's recently held a press preview showing off a bit of what the team at Amazon has been working on in the MMO. Expeditions were on the menu this time, with the team showing off the PVE dungeons they've been working on in a bid to add more PVE flavor to the MMO.
Earlier this week, Amazon gave us an early look at content being added to the ongoing Alpha for New World. This high-end content includes a new zone, Reekwater, as well as spears and the introduction of a fishing mechanic. But Bradford was interested more in how the experience has changed since the previous test in August. Here are his thoughts on the update.
New World's preview has come to an end, but we've still got plenty of thoughts about Amazon's upcoming MMO. Robert takes a closer look at the settlements and economy in New World as they operate now and gives his thoughts.
Bradford had a chance to take on a War in Amazon Games' upcoming MMO New World ahead of the preview event starting later today. Check out his thoughts on combat and the performance in the build leading up to the peview event.
Recently, Amazon hosted game critics at their Irvine studios to check out their upcoming MMO, New World. MMORPG was there and able to go hands on with the game, as well as chat with the dev team about their philosophy behind its development.
On Tuesday, February 5th, the good people at Amazon and Fortyseven invited a group of game enthusiasts to attend an Alpha event to get a glimpse at the progress being made on their New World project. Not only were we given time to experience the game in its present form, but we were also taken on a tour of the dynamic Company vs. Company warfare that awaits players in this large scale PvP title.