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The fantasy sandbox MMO Albion Online has just expanded with the free Call to Arms update that pulls in some absolutely huge changes to the game.

A whole new faction is in the game with Caerleon, there's animated vegetation in the world now so it looks more alive than ever, Faction Warfare got a massive rework to give a more in-depth experience and there's much more to do, the Hellgate system that mixes together PvP and PvE was also expanded with new map layouts and new enemies to fight along with support for 10v10 battles, you can now save equipment load-outs to switch easily and absolutely lots more. This might be the biggest update yet.

Check out their trailer for Call to Arms below:

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The new animated vegetation system for all biomes is really great, Albion Online finally feels a tiny bit more modern and it makes the game as a whole just feel that little bit nicer. Looking forward to jumping back into it with all the changes. Full patch notes can be viewed here.

Play Albion Online free on Linux from the official site or Steam.

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starpollo Mar 19, 2021
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Looks awesome! I haven't been playing much lately but the new faction warfare system might bring me back
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