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New Warhammer Online Newsletter

Posted Dec 20, 2005 by Jon Wood

New Warhammer Online Newsletter

It's that time again, Mythic Entertainment has released their second newsletter for the upcoming MMORPG, Warhammer Online. We are going to bring you an outline of the newsletter that gives more and more information about this highly anticipated franchise game:

The WAR beta test is still a long way off, but now is your chance to secure a spot for when it does go live. Each month we’ll randomly select 5 names from the newsletter subscriber database for entry into the beta test.* If you have already created and confirmed a Warhammer newsletter account, then you’re automatically entered into the drawing every month. If you haven’t set up a password protected account yet, click here to register

Read on for even more info...

Ten thousand pages. That's my best guess at the amount of final documentation that our content team will produce before the launch of WAR. We should start an office pool, or a printing press. Ten thousand pages for a game based on an existing property rich with detail. I can only imagine the number of pages we'd be writing if we were coming up with a world of our own!

What in Sigmar's name are we writing about in ten thousand pages? Well, way back in the beginning of May 2005 after the signing of the deal with Games Workshop at E3, we started with the basics. You see, pre-production documentation serves several purposes... Read all of Production Diary #1 >>

Destin's Developer Profile >>

Are you a long-time Warhammer player who's dying to know what's in and what's out? Are you an experienced MMORPGer who wants to know what crafting will be like? Are you a total newbie who doesn't know what "newbie" means? Send us your questions and you might just see them answered in our all-new Fan Q&A! 

Greg Grimsby, Art Director - Read the developer profile 

Colin Shannon, Lead Programmer - Read the developer profile

To get the whole newsletter online, click here.


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