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We don't know a whole lot about New World, but a recent dev update breaks down how character progression works, and it sounds fairly extensive. Basically, character progression takes place across three distinct categories: Core Attributes, Trade Skills, and Weapon Mastery, and each of those branch out into several subskills. For instance, Trade Skills breaks down into Gathering, Refining, and Crafting, each of which has its own 16 specializations. … [Read more...] about Amazon’s New World delayed to 2021
Final frontiers Verfaillie says that access to the Closed Beta is also a reward for those who have already pre-ordered New World, though others can sign up for a chance to enter its servers by registering interest online. This, and preparations for launch day, are currently the priority in this last leg of development for Amazon Games Studios, which recently had to push back New Worlds' original release window of May as a result of the transition to remote working following the spread of COVID-19. … [Read more...] about Inside New World: Amazon’s ambitious, original MMO that lets its players “self govern as much as possible”
As detailed on New World's website, progression is separated into three distinct categories: Core Attributes, Trade Skills, and Weapon Mastery. Amazon Game Studios describes Core Attributes as a point system which will "ultimately govern a large part of how powerful you are relative to the various hostile creatures and other players in Aeternum." … [Read more...] about Amazon details character progression in their upcoming MMO New World
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