Fresh Bounty Bay Screenshots!

Updated Sun, Dec 20, 2009 by Cody Bye

At the Leipzig Games Convention one of the surprises of the show was Bounty Bay Online, an upcoming piratey MMOG that features all of the familiar components we've grown to know and love.  Recently BBO was released to the public and is available - at least in Europe - at retail stores. Now the developers of BBO are working on releasing a constant stream of updates to the public. Ten Ton Hammer has nabbed a press release and a few screenshots for you to view! Enjoy!

With Bounty Bay Online now running officially, another content update has been put online, adding another pet quest line. Now, players have the chance to tame canine pets (jackals, wolves, foxes and more) and have them as their companion on their travels and in fights. The quest starts in the beautiful city of Stockholm and is a lot more complex and challenging as the previous pet quest. It has several difficulty levels which depend on the players character stats.

Bounty Bay Online puts gamers in the time of early discoveries in the 15th century. Every gamer builds his own online destiny, whether you choose to be a merchant, adventurer, fisherman or pirate. Besides Europe, Africa and Asia also await players to be explored.

Ten Ton Hammer is your unofficial source of Bounty Bay Online news and features!


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