ArcheAge Unchained Gets Chained To An October Delay

ArcheAge Unchained is all set to launch on September 30, by which I mean it is all set to launch on October 15.

The delay was announced just a couple of days ago on Gamigo’s stream and sent out some PR emails afterward confirming that the buy to play sidestep will indeed be delayed until mid next month.

“The gamigo group announces that the release date of the anticipated Online-MMORPG ArcheAge: Unchained has been moved to October 15th, 2019. The German publisher intends to prolong the Quality Assurance phase to ensure the in-game mechanics are fairly balanced and that new features, such as the ArchePass, are implemented properly. The decision is based on the overwhelmingly positive feedback from the community, which had a strong influence on the development of ArcheAge: Unchained since its announcement.”

Those of you who really don’t want to watch the livestream can just read the cliffnotes here. There are some interesting points such as Gamigo taking a much harder stand on gold buyers as well as mod users in Unchained (which begs the question on why they aren’t taking a stand on the standard servers).

ArcheAge Unchained is a buy to play side-project being launched by Gamigo. It promises to remove the pay to win aspects that are in the live version of ArcheAge and the two games will run side-by-side.

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