The community is still recovering from Friday's announcements that four capital cities and four classes would be removed from the launch of Mythic Entertainment's Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning. Responses have been from mild surprise to the expected outrage but General Manager Mark Jacobs has been doing his best to assuage fears and concerns. Ten Ton Hammer chatted with him recently to see if we can find out exactly why things were being removed and how he felt this would impact the overall game.

Ten Ton Hammer: Since this is based upon Siege content, will we see the other cities as PvE ones?

Mark: The new cities? Not at launch, right now we just want to focus on these two cities. I mean the amount of content in them is huge. There are like one hundred quests, active, important, necessary quests in these cities. This is not like any other cities in any other game. These things have so much stuff in them that we want to get them out there and let people play in them.

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Last Updated: Mar 29, 2016