Albion Online is compensating players after Albion West was down and adding clusters to Albion East
Albion Online has had a whirlwind week with the formal free-to-play launch of its Albion East server on Monday. Yesterday, Sandbox Interactive started warning about instability issues with the game, then Albion West crashed, and then Albion East started seeing its own login issues, presumably as the entire population was trying to cram into the new baby server.
The server situation (and data center outage) only lasted a few hours, but the studio is still handing out compensation.
“To compensate for this outage, we are crediting one (1) day of Premium to each character who had an active Premium status during the outage. That will happen […] spmetime all day on March 23rd. Please also remember that Albion East is undergoing maintenance at the same time.”
This maintenance was this morning and is actually over already; It should “increase the accessible world size by 31 clusters on Albion East, as well as increase the respawn rate of low- and mid-tier resources in blue and yellow zones.”
Albion East is back now, with 31 additional zones and faster respawning resources in blue and yellow zones. Thank you for your patience! pic.twitter.com/PwsP5IQpPO
— Albion Online (@albiononline) March 23, 2023
https://massivelyop.com/2023/03/23/albion-online-compensates-players-after-albion-west-outage-adds-clusters-to-albion-east/ Albion Online is compensating players after Albion West was down and adding clusters to Albion East