Amazon New World creative director David Verfaillie has said the studio “definitely” heard the feedback from the community regarding potential paid in-game boosts.
New World is the imminent MMO from Amazon that’s based around an Age of Discovery kind of idea. You set sail for a magical island with a powerful magical secret, and try to make a home there. Its key features are territory ownership and housing, and player versus player warfare, in addition to a large fantastical world to battle with and explore.
Verfaillie was referring to the paid quality of life and experience boosters players found evidence of during New World’s concluded alpha test. These suggested you might be able to pay for things like rested experience, which can help you level up faster, as well as fast travel.
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