after a surge in community created content designed for XP Farming.Last month at E3, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey received an update that added Story Creator Mode. Launched in Beta, this mode permits gamers to create and share their very own large map-spanning quests, full with branching narratives and a shocking stage of complexity. Nevertheless, after noticing a surge in straightforward quests which might be merely designed to let gamers farm expertise factors, Ubisoft took to their community page to speak about banning them.
“For the reason that launch of the beta now we have seen an growing move of ‘farming quests’, that exploit the software to get massive quantities of XP.” Reads the submit from the AC group group. “These exploits threat jeopardizing the general high quality, integrity, and function of Story Creator Mode and leads to much less visibility for the inventive, attention-grabbing and admittedly improbable group tales which were printed.”
The Neighborhood Crew then go on to explain that they’ll be hiding these sort of quests any longer, stopping them from hitting the Corridor of Fame, in addition to altering the phrases and altering the sanctions utilized to offending stage creators. There may be additionally transient point out of upcoming modifications that can additional reward creativity and spotlight high quality user-created quests.
Though not referenced within the assertion, it’s additionally value noting that a number of the microtransactions in Murderer’s Creed Odyssey revolve round growing that charge at which you earn XP or cash. (We had a lot to say about it on the time.) There have been some observations that XP farming quests would battle with Ubisoft’s want to promote XP boosts in Odyssey’s microtransaction retailer.
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