Not happy with the current Atlas server?
Make a new Atlas server every new dragon tier release. Leave the current server up and running and let those who have spent money there continue to play. Let any player who wishes to stay on Server 1 stay and play. Open a new server call it server 2. Any player that wishes to go to server 2, starts at level 1 just like starting over. Leagues start at Gold. Atlas is provided immediately at level 1. Keep all the same mechanics and so forth. Following new dragon tier release, Make server 3. Those players who wish to stay on server 1 and 2 may do so and not lose any money spent. They can continue their quest for server domination. Those players who wish to start on Server 3 may do so but again they would have to start at level 1.
Allow each player to maintain their current accounts on Server 1 at the same level and all the goodies they have acquired. But let them start new on a fresh server even being able to utilize same name. But each player would have to have a separate email for each server they wish to play on.
This achieves many things:
- As each new server opens, each player has to start at level 1, This ensures a nice cash flow for PG as players start “New” accounts on new servers.
- This allows the current server to stay and not “negatively impact” what a player has accumulated.
- By opting for a new server for each dragon tier to be released, it allows for player retention , even if one team or faction dominates another server.
- If developers make a big change to how things play…ie mechanics…Then new servers could be called WD2 the New World or something. This will allow the developers the flexibility to change things and those subsequent servers would be called NW 1, NW 2, and so forth. Once the first new World server comes online, No Old WD1 servers would be created, However, past servers could continue playing on the old servers they currently want to play on.
- This allows each and every player, team, and maybe 5ta a chance to “dominate” any new server.
Many mobile games do this now “Evony” is one such example.
Developers don’t have to open new server every new dragon tier. This was just an example of when they could this. It could be once a year or whatever.
The possibilities are endless, but key here is having the opportunity to have a place where everyone can start on an “even playing field”, while not taking away anything from the current server/players and what has been accumulated over years.