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New World celebrates Christmas by getting players to grind tokens to please a big yeti

Amazon Game Studios has announced the latest batch of stuff coming to New World's public test realm, the game's standard way of testing out its latest content before releasing it to the masses. The PTRs pop up as temporary servers that all players are able to access, and provide pre-built characters for players to test out the content at various levels. This one's content, unsurprisingly, has a big winter vibe.
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‘New World’ Winter event gets players to make offerings to a giant Yeti

The upcoming Winter Convergence event in New World has appeared on the PTR (public test realm), giving players a glimpse of how they’ll be celebrating winter in the MMO. Amazon Game Studios has introduced the Winter Convergence event for testing, turning New World into a winter wonderland. The festive period also comes with the arrival of a Yeti, which the developer explains:
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New World December Patch Includes Winter Event and Endgame Improvements

Amazon Game Studios announced the next large New World patch that's due to release later this month. Available for testing on the Public Test Realm starting today at 10 AM PT (6 PM UTC), it will introduce the first Holiday event, the Winter Convergence Festival, to the MMORPG. Players will...
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New World's Bot Problem Being Investigated by Amazon

New World players have been encountering major new problems in recent weeks when it comes to bots invading the new MMO. These bots in question are largely programmed to fish or mine for other resources in the game without pause, which might not sound too damaging at first until realizing that this has a direct impact on the in-game economy. Luckily, Amazon Game Studios has today released a new statement on the matter and has said that it's looking to rectify the ongoing problem.
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New World Server Transfer Guide: When Will Servers Merge?

Back when New World was first released, Amazon Game Studios promised it would offer server transfers for users who weren’t able to join their friends because of long queue times. Now that the release hype has died down some, a lot of players are looking for ways to transfer to the servers that their friends are playing on.
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‘New World’ players are reporting a fish farming bot problem

New World players are now experiencing an overwhelming amount of bots that are farming fish and other materials on their server. As reported by PC Gamer, players of the Amazon Game Studios MMORPG have been reporting an influx of bots again, but this time they’re all at a higher level.
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Many Robots Appeared In New World

In the two months after the release of New World, many problems appeared. Many players took advantage of the loopholes in this game, which led to economic stagnation in the game many times. Fortunately, Amazon solved the problem in time, so there are still many players willing to enter the game.
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Shroud Reveals What Keeps Him From Totally Dropping World of Warcraft for New World

Over the last few weeks, Michael "Shroud" Grzesiek has spent a significant amount of time streaming New World on Twitch, and it's clear that he's a very big fan. However, in his off-time, he still dedicates a lot of hours to World of Warcraft, and the streamer would prefer to drop one of those two games for the other. Shroud was recently asked whether he "thinks about New World while WoW raiding," and he quickly laid out exactly why he remains dedicated to World of Warcraft. Surprisingly, it has absolutely nothing to do with the game itself!
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New World players despair over the neverending waves of fishing bots

Pretty much since launch New World, as with any decent-sized MMO, has been targeted by bots. Initially our mindless friends focused on fishing and ore-gathering, which is still largely the case, though they now seem to be branching out into other careers and, most notably, hitting fairly high levels. Let's put it this way: When you've got a bot at level 30 plus, that is a lot of fishing XP, and suggests how long that bot has been active.
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New World Bots Are Wrecking the Economy

Update (November 30, 2021, 6:12 PM Eastern Time) - Amazon has provided a statement via e-mail regarding the situation with New World bots, noting that it banned 7,700 yesterday. We’re aware of player reports about increased bot activity in New World. Bots pose a persistent challenge for MMOs, and our...
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We Are Pi expands international team; hires include head of production Stephanie Whitehead

We Are Pi has expanded its team with five hires--head of integrated production Stephanie Whitehead, producer Angus Lees, account director Blyda Eksteen, sr. account manager Rebekah Guilar and strategy coordinator Thuy Pham. The additions come on the back of the Amsterdam-based agency’s biggest ever year with international business wins PepsiCo, Heineken, Nike and Amazon Game Studios.
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