Gamigo Unifies Shaiya Source Code, Makes All Servers Available To Everyone
Well, here's some good news for Shaiya players. No matter where you live, you'll soon have the exact same experience playing the game as everyone else. gamigo announced a new server environment for the game following a successful effort to unify the source code. This means that all four servers now use the same code, resulting in quicker patches and changes to the game's system. It also means that players can now connect to every game server and version no matter the language.
That said, gamigo is still in the process of updating all servers to Episode 8, so it will take at least that long for everyone to have the same player experience. Of course, this being an actual update, there are some general patch notes. It's all just your standard stuff. But, if you'd like to read through them, they can be found on the Shaiya site.
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