Dark Age of Camelot Images

  • Does darkness rise? I thought it fell, like "nightfall". Hmm.

    In any case, screenshots of Darkness Rising, the in-development expansion pack for Dark Age of Camelot, are available at Stratics.

    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.

    See the newest Dark Age of Camelot: Darkness Rising screens at Stratics Central.

    Images, Media
    Wed, Sep 14, 2005
  • Fancy pictures of....darkness.
    Voodoo Extreme has some fancy new screenshots of Dark Age of Camelot: Darkness Rising. While travelling through the rainforest, as we are oft to do, we stumbled upon a Voodoo Priestess who poked us with a pin and exclaimed:

    " Mythic released the first batch of screenshots showing off the new Champion weapons in the upcoming expansion pack, Darking Rising. Incidently, the models are sporting the new Epic armor design which is now up on Pendragon for testing (not part of the expansion). Kiss that old template you have goodbye! Actually I'm not too sure how great the Epic armor will be; you get it at level 45 so it might not be all that hot. Worst case scenario is that you /salvage it for a small mint (that's where all my old Epic went). "

    You can view the Dark Age of Camelot: Darkness Rising Screenshots at Voodoo Extreme.
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    Images, Media
    Fri, Aug 26, 2005
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