A datamined map of the Aeternum, an interactive resource map, the Combat system, and Outposts are just a few of the amazing new features of the game. These features are the perfect complements to the game’s already fantastic world map. However, there’s more to the game than meets the eye. To help you understand how it works, we’ve compiled a list of ten of our favorite features.
Datamined map of Aeternum
A recent datamined map of Aeternum has revealed the world’s play area, which is more than twice as big as the current map. While the map was clearly based on the map of Australia, future DLC expansions will likely take place to the north and west of the current map. While ExpsGaming released the original leak earlier this year, the New World map was datamined just a few days later.
Players can form companies within factions and purchase houses in settlements. The factions also compete for territory, and choosing one can confer some benefits. However, the common interest of the settlements has led to a general truce. Although these players may be divided, they still have many advantages when playing with each other. If you’re curious, you can view the datamined map of Aeternum below.
Interactive resource map
The interactive resource maps on the New World map in the game can be very useful when you’re looking for specific items to farm. The map highlights the various locations of chests, farms, and management areas. This map will reduce the time you spend on completing missions and leveling up your character. Using an interactive resource map will help you farm and find all the resources you need. This is a great way to save time and get the best possible items faster.
Another benefit to using the resource map is the ability to search for treasures and bosses. If you want to find iron ore, you can use the resource map to find it. You can also customize your filter settings. All materials appear in specific locations, and these locations are the same on all servers. For example, if you’re leveling up your gathering skill, you can use the resource map to locate iron ore in specific areas.
One of the most popular parts of the New World is the Outpost Rush. This PvP mode requires you to level 60 to participate. Unlike normal PvP modes, Outpost Rush is a solo or cooperative experience and is only available to Level 60 players. The objectives in Outpost Rush include the capture and defense of an outpost. During this game mode, you can take on up to five opponents.
Outposts are fortified with resources from the surrounding area. Fortification upgrades include gates and turrets to protect your outpost. You can also build protection wards to ensure the outpost remains safe from capture. The Command Post can be upgraded twice, giving players constant buffs and increasing the outpost’s defense. A good outpost can be defended with a large siege weapon.
The combat system in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has been simplified with the New World map. The player only has one weapon to choose from and the ability to switch between two weapons is controlled with hotkeys Q, R, and F. It sounds like a similar system to the one found in World of Warcraft’s War Mode. This means that the player’s character must be at least level 30 to use the combat system.
The New World map features a real-time action combat system that allows players to adopt a playstyle based on their weapons. Players can use their weapons to defend themselves in battle or sling spells to support allies from a safe distance. Unlike many other MMOs, the New World takes a different approach to class-based combat. Players will find that the game’s combat system will be more realistic and rewarding than in previous games.