New World: Aeternum’s Enhanced Release Set for October 15, 2024, Includes New Content and Cross-Platform Play

Aeternum: A New World set to launch on PC and console in the near future

New World: Aeternum, an enhanced version of the original game, is set to release on October 15, 2024. The announcement was made at Summer Game Fest on June 9, following a leak earlier in the year. Amazon Games has revealed a trailer for the massively multiplayer online game (MMO) that will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC.

The updated version of New World includes brand-new content such as a large-scale player vs. player zone, a 10-player raid, end-game solo trials, updated character archetypes, and more. For the first time, New World will be available on consoles with cross-platform play allowing users on different consoles and PCs to team up and play together online.

Set on the supernatural island of Aeternum, where shipwrecked explorers must forge their destiny in a world filled with danger and opportunity. Players can engage in real-time combat using various weapons like swords, guns, and magic or face off against enemies in head-to-head battles or participate in large-scale player vs. player conflicts. The game offers seven classes to choose from including Soldier

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