After its launch nearly three months ago, Amazon game studio MMO New World will begin server consolidation this week. According to the official blog post, the merger of servers in Central Europe and South America took place on the evening of December 10. For Central Europe, Ishtakar, Metsola, Glitnir, Kalevala, Zu-Vendis and Phaeacia servers will be merged into Caer Sidi, while South American servers Tuma, Svarga, Rukh and Patala will be merged into Irkalla. This will enable players to enjoy the fun of multiplayer games. Of course, players also need to prepare enough New World Gold to be ahead of others.

In the post, the developer stated that once it released a message in the game. It is estimated to be sent within the next 24 hours, and players in these worlds cannot transfer the server. If players enter the game, they will see a server merge banner at the bottom of the game screen. The main purpose of this is to remind players of this merger.

These mergers are to counter the “suboptimal” player experience. Although the team did not say it, it is more likely to counter a drop in the server and/or a low number of players. It should also be noted that once players on the aforementioned servers merge on December 10th, they cannot transfer servers. So players can prepare enough New World Coins to play with more players in the new open world.

The New World subreddit keeps receiving requests from players to start server consolidation, so Amazon Game Studios can finally meet the requests. New World developers stated in November that when they are ready to bring this technology to the players’ world, they will consider several things to determine whether the world is suitable for consolidation, including but not limited to population size and overall participation. Now this merging of players into one server will give players a better combat experience. If players want to better explore this open world, they’d better buy New World Gold.