Interview with Ryzom Ring Executive Producer Guillaume Puzin.

Posted Mon, Oct 16, 2006 by LadySirse

A Chat with Ryzom Ring Producer has updated their site with an interview with Ryzom Ring Executive Producer, Guillaume Puzin. Keep reading to find out what they were able to learn.

gamona: Originally announced for release outposts needed more than one year to be implemented into the game. Lots of players are disappointed about them. There is only one single building (a drill) available and only a few outposts have been opened. Do you plan to open more buildings in the near future (maybe at the prime roots)?

Guillaume Puzin: Yes we plan to add new buildings in the future but not quite yet as we are currently focusing on new content to bring to the players who have been with us from the start. After releasing the outposts we switched our focus away from PvP for a while in order to work on PvE content but we do plan to come back to them again. As it happens one of the buildings that we will be adding corresponds to another of the questions that you have been asking as it gives extra storage space for guilds to stock their items.

Keep reading to learn more. You can even check it out in german. Let us know what you think about this and all your favorite MMOs in our Ten Ton Hammer Forums.


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