Official DaoC: Darkness Rising Site Opens

Posted Tue, Sep 13, 2005 by Boomjack

If there's a website, it must be true.
Mythic Entertainment has unveiled the official website for Dark Age of Camelot: Darkness Rising. Though Vin Diesel can see in the dark he refused to comment on this expansion other than to say:

"FAIRFAX, VA – September 12, 2005 – Mythic Entertainment, developer and publisher of massively-multiplayer online role playing games, today launched the official website for "Darkness Rising," the sixth expansion to the epic fantasy MMORPG "Dark Age of Camelot." Screenshots, artwork and information on the expansion and its new features can be found at:
The "Darkness Rising" expansion pack will be available in North America this October for $19.99 via digital download directly from Mythic Entertainment. "Darkness Rising" requires the original "Dark Age of Camelot" and "Catacombs" expansion pack to play.
In "Darkness Rising," an evil uprising threatens the land and the mightiest heroes in the Realms are called into service. For the first time in "Dark Age of Camelot," players will be able to earn the right to be called a Champion of the Realm. Players become Champions by exploring new zones and revisiting altered lands while investigating the mysterious uprising to discover its sinister underpinnings. By performing this service for their Realm, players achieve new levels of advancement and gain the ability to wield class-specific Champion Weapons. "Darkness Rising" also introduces majestic player-controlled horses and other more fantastic steeds which can be ridden into conflict in the war between the Realms.
About "Darkness Rising"
"Darkness Rising" begins a new chapter in the epic saga of "Dark Age of Camelot." Years of strife and conflict have taken their toll upon the peoples of Albion, Midgard and Hibernia. Increasing occurrences of rebel uprisings threaten to plunge the Realms into turmoil and chaos, and in this desperate hour, a call for help has gone out. Only a true champion of the Realm can stem the tides of revolt and save their Realm from destruction from within. Answering this call, the player must embark on a quest to crush the rebels seeking to depose the Realm's self-anointed ruler. However, all is not as it seems. Behind the uprisings, dark powers are seeking to exploit the three Realms during their time of need. From the halls of the infamous dungeon, Darkness Falls, these sinister forces are massing a mighty invasion force to subjugate all the Realms and establish a nightmarish new order on Earth. New foes have emerged to challenge the might of Albion, Midgard and Hibernia. A new darkness is rising in the lands. The courage and might of a champion is all that stands between the forces of evil and total domination.
About Mythic Entertainment
Mythic Entertainment is one of the most successful developers and publishers of massively-multiplayer online role-playing games in the world. Credited with 15 online games, including the award winning "Dark Age of Camelot," Mythic's success is based in proprietary technology, superior game design and exemplary customer service delivered by a talented staff of more than 160 people. "Dark Age of Camelot" is played throughout the world in seven languages. It was launched in Japanese in January 2005, and in April 2005 became the first international MMO localized into Spanish. The recently announced "Warhammer" MMORPG will be available in 2007."

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