Shrouded Isles, extends the story of the original game and enhances the action of Dark Age of Camelot with new character classes, new races, and three new continents, displayed in an all- new graphics engine. Shrouded Isles also includes almost one hundred new monster models and nearly 400 hundred new weapon, armour, and shield graphics. The expansion features new quests, thousands of new monster encounters, and an innovative artificial intelligence system enabling monsters to behave and attack in deadly new ways.
The first of three expansions Mythic will be releasing in 2003, Dark Age of Camelot: Foundations, will give players the ability to purchase property and build their own homes. Players will first claim a housing lot and then buy a deed to one of several different types of houses. Houses and items are customized in appearance for use in each of the game's three Realms. Real estate in Dark Age of Camelot: Foundations will resemble actual life, with prices fluctuating according to location and market demand. Houses can be owned and maintained by either a single player or a Guild (group of players). Foundations is currently in beta and will be available to all subscribers free of charge in late June.
"We wanted to give new players a great new way to enter the world of Dark Age of Camelot," Mark Jacobs, CEO & President of Mythic Entertainment said." "The combination of Dark Age of Camelot, Shrouded Isles, Foundations and the new beginner's guide offers the perfect entry point to the game."
Dark Age of Camelot: Gold Edition is currently shipping to all North American retail outlets and includes a one-month free trial period.
Currently Dark Age of Camelot has more than 225,000 paying subscribers. More than 600,000 people have played Dark Age of Camelot worldwide, since its release in October 2001. The popularity of the game is evidenced by the fact that more than 60,000 people play simultaneously at peak times.
Dark Age of Camelot: Gold Edition will be distributed by Vivendi Universal Games in North America, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Dark Age of Camelot and Shrouded Isles were developed by Mythic Entertainment, co-published with Abandon Entertainment and distributed by Vivendi Universal Games.
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