Players of the new hit MMORPG will have to wait a bit longer
Amazon Game Studios has announced Server Transfer, a long-awaited feature for its new smash-hit MMORPG New World, it’s delayed once again.
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in a post new world forum, Kay, a developer on New World Posted a message saying: “Hello everyone. We have the final part of the Server Transfer system tested and ready to go, but we’re making a difficult decision to keep it until next week. It was a balancing call between respecting the date we asked you to expect, versus deployment disruptions during a peak play period (weekends). “
The move may have been in response to extremely long server queues, with players waiting hours to log in.
The statement continued: “We’ve worked non-stop every day on this feature to make good on our date estimates, but releasing it now will mean downtime, changing server balances based on transfers, wars that vary.” The reasons for the roster may not be, and the like.
“You can expect a number of communications to come from our team in the near future, including more specific details about how we are rolling out the relocation facility and the lessons we have learned over these past few weeks. I want to thank you wholeheartedly for being with us through the ups and downs.”
Despite the server issues and the long wait, the game has been well received by the players. it currently has one “Most Positive” Rating on Steam. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos hailed the game as a “success” even after acknowledging the “failures and failures” of Amazon Games in the past.
Amazon Game Studios has also worked diligently to remove bots and gold farmers from the game, revoking their keys. In a statement, a community manager outlined the massive ban:
“We have seen your reports of gold farmers and bots in the game. We take these reports seriously and we want you to know that we are committed to ensuring fair gameplay. As part of this commitment, we are taking steps to revoke thousands of keys that were obtained fraudulently to disrupt gameplay.”
In other New World news, players have created a working minimap after getting lost too many times.