The Secret World group finder tool launches September 11

thesecretworld

By on September 8, 2012 at 10:59 am

Funcom will bundle a group finder tool with its next content update, Issue #3: Digging Deeper. You may well ask why such a useful tool was missing at launch, and you’d receive a nod of agreement – but The Secret World sports some pretty exciting server technology at its core which may explain the delay. Once the tool goes live, you’ll be able to group with anybody, regardless of their home realm, thanks to that same single server tech, so maybe it was worth the wait. Funcom has posted a little run down on how to use the new tool on The Secret World’s website. The new content drops on September 11.

Source: VG247

3 comments (Leave your own)
psychofruiterer

About time!
Although it never did take very long to get a group spamming in agartha or indeed in the zone that had the dungeon you were interested in, a group finder is the much better solution.

 

If I ever buy an MMO again that doesn’t have a decent LFG tool at launch I’m just taking it back, I’m pretty sick of games launching without things that were core features a decade ago.

“Who needs a LFG tool or working chat or group quest credit? Shut up and enjoy the filth we give you”.

 

nekosan,

Don’t have friends? /lol

 
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