Aeria Games recently released a new update for their MMORPG Eden Eternal. The update titled “The Reawakening” saw the revamping of several areas including an updated starting zone experience, a revamped UI system, the addition of double jumping, lighting improvements and additional visual enhancements. Character models should now have more visual depth, along with smoother and more detailed animations. Three additional classes were also added to the starting roster for players to choose from when creating a new character.
Overall the extensive list of adjustments in this patch represents a fairly substantial improvement in the quality of life experience for players in Eden Eternal. However, one small change in the patch notes has players quite upset. Aeria Games has placed a number limit on the amount of dungeons a player is allowed to run per day in game in an apparent effort to restrict gold farming. With a maximum of 10 normal runs and 2 trial runs. Many Eden Eternal gamers say they feel this new cap puts added pressure on them to purchase items with the cash shop currency while others feel the system was being abused and was causing market inflation. Still others wonder how this change will affect those who wish to level primarily through dungeons.
I have’t personally played Eden Eternal in over a year, but I do recall dungeon running being an integral part of the MMORPG’s experience. Passionate players are always quick to voice their opinionated feelings on the official forums so I am curious, do you also find this change overly restrictive?
If you want to read the full patch notes or any of the dungeon limitation discussion go ahead and click here.