The two biggest changes coming in 2.5, however, are the Group Guide system and the Superior Graphics Engine setup option.The Superior Graphics Engine option is just what it sounds like. Players with high end machines will be able to enjoy a visually enhanced world of Aion, while players with computers on the lower end of the hardware spectrum will be able to play the same as they always have.”The already beautiful game will be replica Omega 15671.61 Ladie's watch ridiculously gorgeous, “ Neil says. “It's almost spooky how real they're trying to make the game look.”The Group Guide system is much like the mentoring system already present in many other MMO titles. It's a system that allows lower level players to get assistance in their quest from characters of a much higher level.”You can play along with your friends even if they've been playing the game for six months and you haven't played at all,” Neil explains.
Friends will be able to help out their friends, Legion members can help their mates level alts. Even strangers will be compelled to help out low level characters, thanks to daily quests that reward players for spending time with the newbs.”We want to replica Omega 1112.10 Men's Watch give them items. We want to give them coins. We want to give them a system that makes them want to be those big brothers and big sisters.”The entire list of changes coming in 2.5 can been seen over at Aion's PowerWiki. Note that the patch notes are based on the Korean version of the game, and not everything listed in the notes will make it to North America.
“It's really about letting the players create their own experience, from their Legions to the way their character looks to the way they interact with the world around them,” says Neil of Aion's update 2.5.The update is currently on the public test realm of the Korean version of Aion, and the U.S. NCsoft team is hard at work localizing the replica Omega 1475.51 Ladie's watch content for North American audiences. While Neil was hesitant to nail down a release date, he did say he was confident it would be out in 2011.”We want to get this out to our players as soon as we possibly can in the best possible form we can.”GameTrailers got a camera on MLB 11: The Show at CES, giving us a 90-second duel between Boston's Josh Beckett and Philadelphia's Ryan Howard.