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Albion Online is ‘bringing open-world gameplay back’ in next content update

Albion Online, a multiplayer sandbox game that has been in development for over a decade, is finally getting a content update. With the update, players will be able to take on the role of either a male or female elf character, and receive new quests and almost 50 new skills.

Albion Online is a popular multiplayer game, and its next content update is going to make some big changes to the way it plays. The new version will include an open world, and players will be able to make their own towns and buildings. (The new update should also add new factions to the game, but we’ll have to wait and see what those are.)

Albion Online is an online RPG that’s been in active development since 2013. You play as one of fifteen unique classes and take part in the game’s open-world PvP. The latest update for the game is a ‘Ragnaros’ update, which is the first update since the game’s launch in 2015. This update is about bringing back the open world gameplay that was put into the game in the beta stages. Players will now be able to teleport to a set square near them and set up their own camps to help them in the game.

If you missed the news about Albion Online at the last AMA, you should check out Sandbox Interactive’s new roadmap update and video. Robin Hankis of SI not only recalls the absurd success of launching the game on mobile devices, but also talks about the game’s upcoming content update.

The next major content update for 2021 is centered around the return of open-world play in Albion, Sandbox said in a statement. These include a graphical update of some older biomes as well as some high-level hotspots, an overhaul of the legion layout to make them easier to navigate and more strategic in PvP, the addition of dynamic spawning for treasure locations, an overall open-world mob pass, and an improved world map that better represents resources and end-game mobs. The team is also working on adding elite levels to weapon stats, introducing personal challenge points and rewards so players who don’t participate in guild seasons aren’t left out, and creating what they call power vortices in Outlander, a kind of open-world mechanism for grabbing flags.

Meanwhile, Albion Online has begun its July bounty order, which this round focuses on the undead. If I may say so, I still have a lot of work to do on the spectral Direboar grind.


ViewAlbion Online is an online-only multiplayer sandbox role-playing game with focus on sandbox mechanics. It is the brainchild of indie developer Sandbox Interactive, and has been in development for almost four years. In the early days, the game was called Project Zoraster, but after changing developers, it was renamed to Albion Online.. Read more about albion online upcoming patch and let us know what you think.

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