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Albion Online introduces the Elite Levels with the Lands Awakened update

Published: 03:13, 24 November 2021
Updated: 03:14, 24 November 2021
Sandbox Interactive
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Level caps in MMO games mean an end to one type of fun and the start of a new one. In most MMO games, raising the cap is a way to give players a new goal to strive for, and Albion Online is no different.

Lands Awakened brings significantly increased Fame rewards across the game, which players can use to progress with their weapon specializations. As a further Fame objective for veteran players, the Destiny Board has also been expanded with Elite Levels:

  • These allow combat specializations to reach level 120.
  • Can be unlocked with Fame credits and Silver.
  • Increase maximum possible specialization bonuses by 60 points of Item Power.
  • New badges appear on equipped items, indicating the level of specialization achieved.

HIgher levels, of course, mean a different end-game. As players will have more combat specializations to play with, we can expect characters, of the non-meta chasers, to be more colorful, vibrant, and alive.

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Furthermore, seeing as it will take some time to reach the new Elite Levels, it means that the PvE aspect of the game will experience a revival. Who knows, perhaps an addition to the content can be expected, as well.

Remember, Lands Awakened launches on November 24, and soon after that, SandBox will have a final Dev Talk where they will show some big UI improvements to Loadouts, farming, and party invites. So make sure to stay up to date on the most recent developments, so as not to miss anything that may significantly change the game and catch you unaware.

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