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Pirates of the Burning Sea: 1.2.2 Brings New Features, Server Merges

MikeBMikeB Community ManagerQueens, NYPosts: 6,164Administrator Rare

Patch 1.2.2 will be deployed to Pirates of the Burning Seas this week according to an announcement made on the official POTBS website. The new patch will bring a number of new features to the game including Active Nation Selection and National Player Faction.

However, what is most notable about 1.2.2's imminent release is the fact that 1.2.2 will also merge the game's remaining servers, consolidating the playerbase onto the Roberts and Antigua servers.

The original announcement can be viewed here.

Michael "MikeB" Bitton
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Twitter: @eMikeB


  • misterdurpmisterdurp South Park ElementaryPosts: 157Member

     about time they did the merge, the game actually became pretty interesting cause of this.. ive heard a lot of good things theyve added in after the (poor) launch.

  • moozaadmoozaad leicesterPosts: 15Member

    I heard there was a major patch due soon? I loved this game, the ship combat really struck a chord with me but I didn't keep up with the subs as the rest of it was fairly poor.


    It needs to sort out ground combat and player factions and then relaunch!

  • hgfhfhfghhgfhfhfgh wankwood, MNPosts: 14Member

    Active nation selection = another nail in the FLS burning sea coffin imo ,  it's to bad this game really had some promise .

  • OzmodanOzmodan Hilliard, OHPosts: 8,172Member Rare

    Not a bad game, but it really does not offer enough compared to the competition provided by other games in the genre.

  • moozaadmoozaad leicesterPosts: 15Member
    Originally posted by Ozmodan

    Not a bad game, but it really does not offer enough compared to the competition provided by other games in the genre.



    I wasn't aware of any others except maybe Navyfield and that's WWII and barely an MMO and definitely no RPG.

    Somewhere in the back of my mind I remember a Taiwanese game with cartoon pirates but I have no idea what it's called and it was terrible.

  • bluebawlesbluebawles ft lauid, FLPosts: 117Member

     I actually think DF has better Naval combat, and landbased its not even comparable




  • odinfishodinfish Mankato, MNPosts: 40Member

    The naval combat sold me on the game too...and one would expect some similar engagements from time to time concerning missions. But the land-based missions are awful...they are/were all very similar in nature made more so by using the same background: cave, island, warehouse, etc...just placing the objectives in different positions. It's possible to still turn this game around but it seems that the hull is giving way and the pumps are broken on this sinking ship.

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