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Mythic Makes it Easier to Load Any Scenario

Posted Tue, Sep 30, 2008 by mattlow

A new hotfix has just been announced for Mythic Entertainments newest game, Warhammer Online. The hotfix allows players to join any Scenario regardless of their location in the world! No longer will you have to travel all over to get into the Scenario you want. This is a great addition to the game, keep up the good work Mythic.

Greetings!

Your feedback is very important to us and it’s always our goal to make your play experience an even more enjoyable one.

In response to popular demand, you’ll now be able to queue for all of the scenarios available in your current tier, across all three pairings. For instance, if you’re in Nordland, you can queue for the Nordenwatch scenario as usual. You can also queue up for Khaine’s Embrace (the Tier 1 scenario in the High Elf vs. Dark Elf pairing) and the Gates of Ekrund (the Tier 1 scenario on the Dwarf vs. Greenskin pairing), all without leaving Nordland. No travel is required at all; just click the WAR symbol on your interface as you normally would, and use the arrows at the top of the window to scroll through the different scenarios.

We know many have been waiting for this feature and we have a lot more great additions coming on the horizon. We look forward to your continued feedback as we work to take WAR to the next level…WAAAGH!!!


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