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Difference between 2d and 3d?

Discussion in 'UO Atlantic' started by Liaail, Feb 27, 2009.

  1. Liaail

    Liaail Guest

    I'm having a few questions.

    1. If I play 2d on Atlantis, do I see the players that play 3d aswell or do they have their own world on Atlantis.

    2. What's the average player base on Atlantis?

    3. If I install and patch UO:ML do I have all the content, or will I miss some?

    I heard some things about Herald and Kingdom Reborn, but I don't know exactly what it's like.
     
  2. Tazar

    Tazar Guest

    1.) The old 3D client is gone and has been replaced by the KR client. Players in 2D and KR can see each other in the same world environment. The client is merely the means to access/display that world.

    2.) EA-Mythic does not release numbers on the subscriber base, but Atlantic is the largest of the shards and seems to have a very healthy population.

    3.) If your client is patched up to date, then you have all content on your computer. But you will need to upgrade your account to be able to access all of the content. Upgrading to ML will give you everything currently in game, with one exception. There is a special tile set to build houses with that was only accessible by registering the 9th anniversary edition. If you get the ML upgrade, I doubt you will ever miss that one exception.

    Log on to www.uo.com and it will redirect you to "The Herald" which is the EA-Mythic website for UO. Again... KR is just another client to allow you to access the world.

    Hope that helps and safe journeys!
     
  3. Liaail

    Liaail Guest

    Thank you for your answer.

    I'm going to try the free trial when I get back from work, looking forward to it!