On the second day after the launch, the queue of New World servers continued to reach thousands, and some players waited for hours to play Amazon’s new MMO. However, others jumped into the server immediately after creating the role. This is a somewhat strange situation: there are a lot of new world servers that are not queued-Amazon has added a bunch since its launch-but many players still need to queue to join the server they started, or the server where their guild members or friends are located .
Some servers are very popular because the anchor and YouTube anchor indicate that they are using these servers. shroud For example, Celadon, a server in the western United States, has been selected. Although there are many non-queuing options for new characters, there are still 823 people in the Celadon queue at noon local time. Other servers have been claimed by large MMO guilds and the Discord community, and their teams and fans are pushing the world far beyond its 2,000 player population limit.
The more frustrating New World players are mistakes, and these mistakes apparently remove them from the queue after waiting hours. In a post on Reddit, Players discuss strategy Handle “TooManyRequestsException” errors without losing their place.
Amazon said that as new servers are added, it will increase the server limit of 2,000 players after the test. It did not say what the new upper limit is, but today it pointed out that testing is underway.
As an update, we will continue to deal with long queues. We are adding new worlds and testing to increase the capacity of all worlds. More detailed information about role transfer will be available soon. Our first task is to solve the long queues. thank you very much for your patience!September 29, 2021
To help the long lines, Amazon also Announce Yesterday, it will provide everyone with a way to transfer their roles to different servers sometime in the next two weeks. In this way, you can start on a quiet server, and then move to a more popular server (or where your friends are) after the startup peak stabilizes. Amazon said today that details about the transfer are “coming soon.”
The transfer promise might help, because we didn’t see any of the ridiculous 20,000 player queues we saw a few times yesterday, but the problem is far from resolved.
in a Reddit post Released earlier today, CEIBS players complained that there are no low-queue servers to play, even if they did give in and created a new character.
“I haven’t played a game yet,” said User Frank“I work in the EU 9-5. I gave up yesterday after being trapped for 4 hours, and now I am ranked 1000th. I can’t see myself participating in the competition today.”
New World State Network, A “quickly pieced together non-commercial lunchtime project” that monitors the population of New World servers shows that more than 400,000 players lined up for the Central European server on the day of launch, but today’s peak did not drop much, reaching 340,000 players lined up in the waiting area. The data is not perfect-the site did not cooperate with Amazon, but used its own methods to collect information-but it seems to capture the overall situation well. I checked the New World server browser myself, and I calculated 92 Central European servers, and each server had between 2,000 and 4,800 people in line near today’s peak period. Line up like this.
However, Amazon added more servers today: there are now 150 Central European servers, and it cannot be said that there are no low-queue servers. Even in today’s peak period, dozens of CEIBS servers are not lined up, or the number of people in line is very small. The situation in other regions is similar. At the time of writing, although there are many servers in the US East that are not in line, the popular US East server still has 2,000 players. The West El Dorado server in the United States, selected by some YouTube anchors and anchors, had 1,400 players in the queue earlier today, while the server queue selected by some of our PC Gamer has only one person.
But none of us can avoid queuing: the western US server we chose now has a 90-person queue, which will probably only increase as we approach the peak of game time after dinner.
Some of us were also trapped in waiting last night. As streaming media and communities move, anyone is guessing which servers will become hotspots. Suppose someone might choose a server at random on the day of the launch, play all night, and then find that they can’t re-enter because a 3,000-member Discord RP community claims it was for improvisational purposes.
The promise of future role transfer is good, but starting over on a server with no friends or guild members now is not a very attractive prospect. Who wants to spend the release week, which is probably the most concentrated week, instead of playing with friends? No one, if the other option is to line up, it seems that many people will make this choice.
However, if you and the person you want to play with are starting a whole new world today, you currently have many queueless server options. Maybe choose an unpopular server whose name is difficult to spell, such as Mimisbrunnr or Glubbdubdrib? Just cross your fingers, Glubbdubdrib will not be the server of choice for Roblox subreddit or a group of grandma or other things.
We will re-check the status of the New World server throughout the week. Once Amazon has any new news about these role transfers or server capacity increases, we will notify you immediately.