This year, many games have bounced tickets for various reasons. Amazon’s fantasy MMORPG New World has recently joined the bouncer army. This multiplayer online RPG originally scheduled to go live on August 25 will be It was postponed until next spring.
As Amazons first large-scale attempt to enter the game market, this fantasy 17th-century American MMORPG set in parallel time and space has attracted many peoples attention because of its propaganda and innovative gameplay. In fact, New World was originally scheduled to be released in May, but it was postponed to August due to the epidemic, and now it has jumped to the spring of 2021. In disguise, it has skipped tickets for almost a year.
In the announcement on its official website, studio director Rich Lawrence said:
We want to ensure that players who are very engaged in the middle and late stages of the game can have a rich game experience in Aeternum. We hope that players can be completely immersed in the game, and know and trust our studio in terms of quality and long-term play. All have insisted, and this means that it takes extra time to achieve the results we want before it is fully launched.
Therefore, we will postpone the release date and the beta test time of the final version to the spring of 2021. It is difficult to make this decision, and we are eager to bring the game to you in the best quality form as soon as possible-and some additional things that can make the experience better.
Players who have joined the Alpha version test, registered for the Beta version test, and pre-ordered New World will be able to play the full version of the game for a limited time on August 25. At present, it is not known whether all players who participated in the Beta test can play, or only some people can play. Anyway, players who are eligible to play will receive further instructions via email.