Star Vault is giving some more peeks into what's coming to Mortal Online 2. While fixes remain an priority, the roadmap will be updated, and progress is being made on new features.
Some patch details and previews of the Unreal Engine 5 upgrade coming to Mortal Online 2 are among the new details released by Star Vault,
Star Vault has released a new, beta-era "This is Mortal Online 2" trailer. The team is looking on where the game was and what's ahead, with an Epic Games Store launch and an Unreal Engine 5 update on the way.
Star Vault is promising to get tougher and enforce new Mortal Online 2 community standards after toxicity against players and devs (including doxxing and harassment) happened.
Necromancy comes to Mortal Online 2. Undead versions of almost all creatures have been added for your ritual spells and minion-creating dark magic. The update also adds a new dungeon, new boss, and tons of improvements.
Star Vault Admits to rushing development on Mortal Online 2 and commits to "Project Polish", directing full development over to fixes and improvements for the earlier game and new player experience.
The latest Mortal Online 2 update adds several new points of interest, Enchantment vendors in all cities, lets you use alchemy to change your character's traits, and lots of fixes for war, allies, and more.
You love Bounty Hunters. I know you do, which is probably one of the reasons you're interested in this new update for Mortal Online 2. In patch 220.127.116.11 players will be able to take part in the Bounty Hunter system, access new decorations for their homes, and they'll find some extra Legendary weapon visual changes too.
The latest Mortal Online 2 patch covers a series of fixes, some additions, and a bunch of quality of life updates that expand options.
Mortal Online 2 got a significant new patch that brought its servers to enough capacity and stability to disable alt instances and get the team back to focusing on content updates.
The latest Mortal Online 2 update continues expanding server capacity in a bid to start regular new post-launch content updates.
Star Vault has increased Mortal Online 2 server capacity, closed two alt Myrland instances, and released a series of fixes for crashes and quality of life matters.
Mortal Online 2 Opens Myrland Instances, which will act as placeholders to handle overflow capacity while Star Vault continues work on permanent capacity changes.
We've been following Star Vaults difficult launch of Mortal Online 2 over the past couple weeks, and needless to say, things have not gone well. Players have continuously had issues transitioning from Haven to Myrland, and Star Vault has had trouble getting a fix in place, even after numerous patches, a rollback, and several server reboots.
Mortal Online 2 gets a 24-hour rollback following yesterday's patch due to significant issues that resulted.