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Changing servers in Lost Ark will no longer be so prohibitive: Amazon offers founder packs to encourage us to do so

Lost Ark is slowly overcoming the small—or big—mistakes that revolve around an online-only experience. It seems that Amazon Games has learned from what happened with New World in 2021, but the saturation of the servers is the biggest obstacle for the MMO a few hours before it officially launches for everyone the players.

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The official premiere will take place today, on February 11, at 6:00 p.m. (USApeninsular time). However, players who have been enjoying their stay in Arkesia since last or February, have found servers increasingly full and with the impossibility of changing at the risk of lose your founder's pack rewards.

This is why Smilegate and Amazon Games have announced that in order to power server switching and thus decongest the situation, they will be offered completely free a founder's package equal to the one they have purchased. For example, if you have purchased the Bronze Pack for a price of 14.99 euros —which includes an exclusive pet and 30 days of Crystalline Aura, in addition to early access— you will receive an identical one to be able to activate it on another server.

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This compensation will apply to all those players who have purchased any of these packages until next Monday, February 14 at 9:00 p.m. (USApeninsular time). Additionally, as compensation, silver, gold and platinum pack holders will receive some additional royal crystals.

Regardless of whether we decide to change servers or not, the development team anticipates that the packages we have already purchased will not be affected and will remain on the initial server where you redeemed it or in your product inventory, if you haven't redeemed it yet. This measure arises after the decision to limit access to new players on certain servers due to the excessive population that was accumulating on them, preventing correct access to those who already had a character created on them.

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