AC2 Shrinks

A story on GameSpot describes plans to further consolidate Asheron's Call 2, which will ultimately reside on four servers, with the possibility that another server will be decommissioned along the way. Word is: "Players don't have to worry about losing characters, as all characters will be moved over, even if that results in some players having a number of additional characters on a single server during a 60-day transitional period"
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Re: Anyone playing AC2?
Jul 23, 2003, 10:43
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Re: Anyone playing AC2? Jul 23, 2003, 10:43
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We warned turbine that this would happen. There were still enough subscribers way back in the beginning of the game, but unfortunatly they chose not to listen to their players and outright lie to them. We finally told them how with felt with our wallets. Maybe next time they will actually listen to their players instead of following their so called vision for the game. You have to make it enjoyable for the players not the developers. Continual nerfs instead of making the game better is not the way to go.

The whole premise for the game was their downfall. Yes it's cool to have a wartorn world be built from the ground up before your very eyes, but untill years later the "early years" of the growing world is downright boring and there is nothing to do and does not make for a great MMORPG.

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