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Dark Age of Camelot Changes Hands

The Dark Age of Camelot website announces Dark Age of Camelot has entered a new age, as the MMORPG is now being managed by Broadsword Online Games, a new company composed of former Mythic developers. There's a FAQ about this on the Broadsword website saying that while nothing should change as of today's transition, some things will be different in the future: "Going forward, we hope to bring about some exciting new changes, improved Customer Support, and increased correspondence with the DAoC community." They also talk about other improvements going forward: "DaoCís transition to Broadsword will certainly have a positive effect on our future plans. With increased bandwidth and resources we will work toward modernizing some of the gameís features and developing a tangible marketing plan to attract more players, both new and returning. The mission of the Dark Age of Camelot team will remain the same: to improve the game, listen and respond to feedback, and to provide the best possible content to ensure a great game experience for our players." Thanks Sean.

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