Producer Talks About Dark Age of Camelot’s Upcoming 1.83 and 1.84 Patches

Dark Age of Camelot producer Walt “Copper” Yarbrough talks about the upcoming patches 1.83 and 1.84.

In 1.83, the developers are looking into hybrid enhancements for the Valkyrie, the Paladin, and the Valewalker. The goal is give each of these classes enhancements to their current abilities. And to make them more desirable in RvR combat, new abilities will be introduced.

As for the healing enhancements, Yarbrough said: “We are looking at the Cleric, Healer and Druid with an eye towards overall improvement, but especially their heal spells and underperforming spec lines. Here, we are trying to extend the length of RVR battles. We are also trying to enhance the archetype’s utility beyond simple healing/buffing.”

The game’s artists are currently revamping more than 60 structures in the game. Underwater adventuring in Midgard’s homeland will be added and hopefully they would be able to deploy the same to Hibernia and Albion in the next patch. Finally, gamers will notice the newly redesigned Leirvik Battleground.  This art upgrades are efforts to ensure that Dark Age of Camelot remains the most visually beautiful MMORPG.

 Yarbrough  offered little information on the 1.84 patch: “During 1.84, we’ll start another round of research for your thoughts on our next set of patch priorities. We look forward to hearing from you.”

With all the changes in 1.83, I’m sure you’d expect more for 1.84. You will, if you let yourselves be heard.

Dark Age of Camelot producer Walt “Copper” Yarbrough talks about the upcoming patches 1.83 and 1.84.

In 1.83, the developers are looking into hybrid enhancements for the Valkyrie, the Paladin, and the Valewalker. The goal is give each of these classes enhancements to their current abilities. And to make them more desirable in RvR combat, new abilities will be introduced.

As for the healing enhancements, Yarbrough said: “We are looking at the Cleric, Healer and Druid with an eye towards overall improvement, but especially their heal spells and underperforming spec lines. Here, we are trying to extend the length of RVR battles. We are also trying to enhance the archetype’s utility beyond simple healing/buffing.”

The game’s artists are currently revamping more than 60 structures in the game. Underwater adventuring in Midgard’s homeland will be added and hopefully they would be able to deploy the same to Hibernia and Albion in the next patch. Finally, gamers will notice the newly redesigned Leirvik Battleground.  This art upgrades are efforts to ensure that Dark Age of Camelot remains the most visually beautiful MMORPG.

 Yarbrough  offered little information on the 1.84 patch: “During 1.84, we’ll start another round of research for your thoughts on our next set of patch priorities. We look forward to hearing from you.”

With all the changes in 1.83, I’m sure you’d expect more for 1.84. You will, if you let yourselves be heard.

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