Pirate 101 Still Doesn't Have Any New Content Planned, But They Haven't Given Up On It
A little more than a year after telling players that they had no plans for new worlds but were looking into other ways to add new content to the game, the Pirates 101 devs are still stuck. Developer Professor Falmea dropped a post yesterday explaining the situation to players, effectively stating that while the annual birthday, Veteran's Day, and general holiday events will all be along like normal, there's just nothing else in the works.
The post went on to add that they do have "some ideas and plans" but that there's nothing they're prepared to announce as of yet. They do promise to let players know as soon has they have any news, though.
Based on the replies to the post in the game forums, this was not the news players were looking for. But, after a year of waiting, we wouldn't think it would be.
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