Are you happy with Gameforge?
- No, I'd like NC back or another publisher. (90%, 6,692 Votes)
- Yes (10%, 773 Votes)
Total Voters: 7,465
Poll closed March 30th 2013.
Small update for 4.3 euro version. Started working on adding Gameforge english skill names..
For the best experience please use NA data.pak, as explained here in step 4: http://rainy.ws/misc-stuff/
4.3 launched in Europe, without the fix NA has for already 5 months. Here’s the fix, these are the files straight from NA’s client, simply overwrite your bin64 folder with this one.
5 months after NA, Euro has finally the 4.3 update. Here’s a new pak file to fix the bases not showing up on the map:
Had to migrate the website today to a new server after some issues, which caused the version check at the beginning to fail. You will need to redownload and reinstall arm:
- Updated/fixed many 4.0 skills. Still missing: sm and chanter.
Skill recognition is based on the original names from NA Aion version, so you might encounter many issues with the European version. I suggest switching to the NA pak as explained here: http://rainy.ws/misc-stuff/ with all the correct skill and item names etc, the European version is destroyed beyond repair by Gameforge.
Updated the link here http://rainy.ws/misc-stuff/ with a new NA data.pak file; the older one had an issue with the new 4.x zones not showing the bases on the map, and this is now fixed in the new file (made it myself combining some files from both EU and NA data.pak files). The issue with lag while hovering over armor is also fixed with this, as I used the latest NA base files which fixed this problem recently.
GF messed up as expected and didn’t fix the hairstyles in time, in fact they said they probably won’t until October.
If you want the new styles you have to use the North American Data.pak, explained here: http://rainy.ws/misc-stuff/
- Added support for the 3 new EU servers (ES/IT/PL) (english client still required)
- Fixed some issues with 1.90 start up crashes
- Added a setting to kill NCUpdateHelper on start-up (NC peer-to-peer background process stealing players’ bandwidth)