Amazon Games will slowly but surely open up Lost Ark gender classes.
Classes are currently limited to specific genders, meaning only men can be warriors, only women can be magicians, etc., but franchise head Soomin Park told Eurogamer that this will change over time.
“Classes are pretty closely tied to their character model in terms of function and animation, so it’s more work to put characters of different genders into one class,” he said. create a model with a different gender.”
When the North American version was released last month, Park said that developer Smilegate RPG worked to bring the existing classes with male and female versions further along with the Korean version. As a result, players will eventually be able to choose different genders in classes, but it’s unclear when.
Lost Ark has also been criticized for its female characters’ revealing costumes, and although Amazon Games is aware of the issue, they have no plans to remove these from the game.
“While we’re not changing any of the original skins from the game, we’re making adjustments so that the more revealing options won’t be front and center in places like these,” Park said. our marketing or original character creation screen.
“We’ve also included some new outfit options that aren’t too revealing, but these are additions, not replacements.
“As we are aware of a balance between die-hard fans who want a Lost Ark experience that closely resembles the original Korean version and new players who may not like the outfit and shirt options. current armor, we’ll be adding costumes and alternatives to the game instead of taking away options.”
Lost Ark has become hugely popular since it was released in the West on February 11, shooting up to second place in Steam’s most-played games of all time by connoisseurs. and the game now has more than 20 million users worldwide.
In our October 8 review, IGN said “Lost Ark is an incredibly generous free ARPGMMO that draws a lot from Diablo – including the story of humans and Heaven working together against the Heavens. devil again.”
Ryan Dinsdale is a freelancer on IGN who occasionally remembers to tweet @thelastdinsdale.
https://www.ign.com/articles/lost-ark-devs-are-working-on-solutions-for-gender-locked-classes-and-revealing-outfits Lost Ark Devs are working on solutions for gender forbidden classes and revealing costumes