The latest Update of the Avatar brings us another Blade of the Avatar chapter, and news of houseboats, cabinets, and the Hearts of Britannia contest.
Corv has posted more information about Ultima IX: Redemption to the Titans of Ether website, in addition to a couple new soundtrack pieces.
Andrew Owen posted a video showcasing some sample title screens for U3.5: Pax Britannia.
An early test of Shroud of the Avatar pre-alpha Release 3 (which features multiplayer) is being held tomorrow for Developer+ backers.
Ten Ton Hammer has a couple of exclusive articles up concerning Shroud of the Avatar, including an interview with Tracy Hickman about Blade of the Avatar and some comments from both Hickman and Richard Garriott on the history and races of New Britannia.
In which I learn, from a small, rural publication from Illinois, that the Ultima creator took part in two separate research trips to Antarctica.
Some of you may recall that last week, the Ultima Codex reported on the impending closure of Lord of Ultima, a browser-based …
The Titans of Ether have wasted no time in showing off some of what they have built for Ultima IX: Redemption. This time around, we get a look at Trinsic and some surrounding swampland.
Sergorn Dragon has announced, via Twitter, that Team Return are abandoning the use of the Neverwinter Nights 2 engine, in favour of Unity.
Portalarium’s Bill Kirkman confirmed, in a forum post, that they have been testing Shroud of the Avatar’s multiplayer internally. It is, in his words, “great” and “looking good”, with only “a few bugs to sort out”.
MMORPG.com has conducted the first interview with Broadsword Online Games, concerning Broadsword taking over management and development of Ultima Online and Dark …
For the first time in a while, UO is looking for an Associate Producer. This position basically went vacant, when Bonnie Armstrong …
I will probably have more questions in the future, but for now I hope these are a good start.
By now, you know that Ultima Online and Dark Age of Camelot will be moving over to Broadsword Online Games. For UO, this is arguably one of the biggest changes to occur in its history.