What improvements have been brought about by New World patch 1.0.5?
Amazon Game Studio added patch 1.0.5 to New World a few days ago, aiming to fix known bugs and weaken the coin sales problem that plagued players. According to the game team’s investigation, many New World players are suspected of illegal operations. They have been creating new characters and then using bugs to transfer their New World Gold Coins to other accounts. It has improved this phenomenon after patch 1.0.5 was added.
The new patch also includes restrictions on transactions and currency transfers for characters below level 10 and online for less than 72 hours. Unless players can meet these prerequisites, they cannot trade normally. In addition, they have changed some historic mission rewards, reducing the issuance of New World Coins. Players can collect Amazon New World Coins through these future tasks, which will not make a net difference for players who are committed to enjoying New World. Players who are reported will be suspended based on the severity of their actions, and the developer also recommends that players continue to report any violators they encounter.
Besides the above, they also fixed two loopholes, one is the item duplication failure of the storage shed and the crafting station, and the other is the gold duplication in the territory project. This fix should prevent it from causing problems when Trading Post is disabled again. The re-enabled Outpost Rush mode also has some improvements, including issues that prevent players from exiting the starting fortress, New World Coins, and Battle Bread buffs before the game starts, and fixes to the teleport loop error that players encountered when using the Unstuck feature.
If players want to browse more details about Amazon New World patch 1.0.5, they can find the information they want in the NEWS GUIDE on IGGM. The update program optimizes the players’ experience a lot, and if they want to start again, it is best to buy more RPG New World Coins at a lowest price at IGGM, which will be very helpful. Good luck to them!
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