By Quinton Miles
[i]Dark Age of Camelot: Catacombs[/i] has been sent out to stores nationwide, according to a press release issued by Mythic Entertainment yesterday. Serving as the fifth expansion to the series, [i]Catacombs[/i] debuts Private Adventuring for solo and group quests, add five new classes, reveals a vast new underworld to explore, and a major character and enviornment graphics overhaul.
“It’s been three years since we successfully launched ?Dark Age of Camelot,’ and with ?Catacombs,’ we are more proud of the game than ever,” said Mark Jacobs, president and CEO of Mythic Entertainment. “We’re continually improving the game play, visuals and features, and with ?Catacombs,’ the game stands up against any new titles in the MMO genre.
“?Dark Age of Camelot’ features a depth of game play that few can match, and offers something for every type of play style,”. “With ?Catacombs’ we’re thrilled to introduce instanced Private Adventuring, which makes ?Dark Age of Camelot’ even more accessible for more casual players as it allows players with limited time to jump in and get into the action more quickly than ever.”
[i]DAOC: Catacombs[/i] is rated T for teen and sells for $29.99