Pirates of the
Online, developed and published by Disney Online, is rated
E10+ and features lower PC and Mac system requirements than most other
games in this genre, allowing for easier access to a broader audience
of players. Ralsu
reviewed the title for Ten Ton Hammer back in December 2007.
And now Disney Online has announced some new content in a
press statement released to Ten Ton Hammer:
Disney Online has added Privateering to
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Online! Players must side with the Frenchman Pierre by
from the privateering port of Ile DEtable De Porc or side with the
Spaniard Garcia by departing from Isla De La Avaricia. Then, with a
private license in hand and able crew in tow, players can set off for
some pillaging and plundering on the high seas!
Both Basic and
Unlimited Access players can engage in Privateering. Pirate "Lords" on
both islands will additionally challenge players with quests that, upon
completion, will gain players gold and reputation points - not to
mention a special Spanish or French tattoo! For background information
on Privateering, players can check out the new Lore Journal The Rise
of the Privateer, on the games website.
In addition to Privateering,
Disney Online has made a number of enhancements to the Crew Interface,
making it easier for players to gauge their Crewmembers health,
bonuses, and overall status.
Pirates of the
Caribbean Online Screens:
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