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newbie question

Discussion in 'UO Players Corner' started by yester64, Jan 8, 2009.

  1. yester64

    yester64 Guest

    i have some simple questions on Ultima Online.
    Is amazon my best bet to get the latest uo? I could not find it on EA for some reasons.
    Also what does it monthly cost. I haven't found any info on that either.
    And lastly, how do i find free servers?

    I remember the time when UO came out and a lot of people went online with it. but it was always so expensive (hadn't the money really at that time). But now it seems i almost mist that game and its death. I love isometric games, although i enjoyed mostly Fallout.

    Anyway, if someone can educate me a little, i really appreciate it.
  2. Basara

    Basara UO Forum Moderator
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    Jul 16, 2003
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    The EA store doesn't carry UO - it has its own e-store called uogamecodes.com

    For an actual, physical box, Amazon is probably your best bet (the 9th edition box), unless you can convince some importer or japanese store to internationally ship you the 11th anniversary box from over there.

    The Japanese get some neat stuff we don't - but don't forget it was their promising the Japanese retailers a box set by July 1, 2007 that got Kingdom Reborn forced-released live when it was only BARELY ready for Beta tests (that in a more sensical world should have gone through September or November that year - instead of 3 weeks in May)