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Sandbox Interactive releases their March development progress report for Albion Online

Currently the cross-platform MMORPG Albion On the internet is in the middle of their fourth month to be within the final closed beta testing phase. Once this closed beta phase is performed, this game should be fully launching onto all platforms, hopefully. The company behind the game, Sandbox Interactive, has actually done pretty much in regards to keeping everyone updated how the game’s development is progressing, in addition to keeping the updates to the game itself flowing.

One thing the developers do is release a monthly progress set of how things are coming along and March’s video has just been released. One thing we are able to say, and we will be streaming a lot of this shortly, is that the mobile version works much better than previously within the last closed beta and alpha phases.? All of the content in the PC version can also be contained in the mobile version, that is good since you’ll be playing on exactly the same server as PC players.

This progress report touches on quite a few subjects, all of which point to some good changes coming to Albion Online as well as shows something big decreasing the pipeline regarding immersion. If you’ve been after this game’s development, then you probably know on what that is already. You can check out the entire video for the progress report below.

Game Director Robin Henkys and inventive Director J?rg Friedrich reveal a few of the biggest changes the upcoming Cador update will bring towards the game: an overhaul from the death mechanic that allows for additional fluent group play, a reworking from the fame system that incentivizes playing in groups in addition to more Gateway dungeons, this kind “Heretics-themed”. On top of that, they hint at some major changes coming to the field of Albion Online that can make the game much more immersive. – Sandbox Interactive

To participate in this closed beta, you will need to own any of the available Founder’s Packs. When you own one, you’ll have access to Albion Online on any of the platforms that it supports including Android (tablets).

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