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Post by Eorl @ 04:37pm 12/07/14 | 3 Comments
Square Enix has announced through their official website that the founders program for Nosgoth will soon be changing come July 22nd, including pricing and what content is available.

The Veteran-level pack, previously a $20 pack that included 4,000 "rune stones," will now include 1,500 in-game gold and a 30-day "Major All Booster" that ups players' XP and gold production by 50 percent, all for $5 (while still including a Veteran badge and early access to the game). Three of the other founders packs have received similar adjustments, with the Warlord pack dropping from $35 to $13, the Warband pack from $50 to $20 and the most expensive one, the Immortal pack, moving from $150 to $50.

The Nosgoth site provides a clear look at the changes between the former founders packs and the new, cheaper ones.

Two of the founders packs will no longer be available come July 22, however, namely the Vampire and Human packs, each currently available for $80. Square Enix stressed that the contents and prices of all packs will remain the same until that date, though the Vampire and Human packs will be 25 percent off until then. Nosgoth's closed beta is currently available via Steam Early Access.

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Posted 07:15pm 12/7/14
This game does not have ANZ (or even SEA) servers at this time.

It appears to be some sort of MOBA which means steer clear unless they get server support.
Posted 06:08pm 13/7/14
I thought it was closer to TDM in third person? Either way, I don't think they have gotten it right for the market.
Posted 07:21am 14/7/14
MOBA is such a generic term and as a term can be applied to a far greater range of games than current.
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