Post-apocalyptic sandbox Xsyon adds a PvE server

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Who says MMO sandboxes are all about PvP? Not Notorious Games, which has announced the formation of a new PvE server for its post-apocalyptic Xsyon title. "Data from the original main world has been duplicated to both servers, allowing players the choice to play on either or both servers. New players can maintain a character on both servers as well," Notorious says in its latest press release.

Xsyon is a player-driven MMO focused on building towns, forming tribes, and the shaping the environment. Players may "create quests, hunt, gather, and develop a new world."

[Source: Notorious Games press release]
2014/03/17 - Xsyon Sandbox MMORPG Launches a PvE Server!

As of today, the apocalyptic fantasy sandbox MMORPG, Xsyon is available on two servers: War and Peace! (PvP and PvE) With this highly requested and anticipated move, Xsyon reaches out to wider audience catering to players who enjoy fantasy sandbox games both with and without player conflict.

The new Peace (PvE) Server does not allow player versus player combat or looting and encourages players who wish to build a new society in a friendly atmosphere.

The original server, now the War (PvP) Server continues to allow player versus player combat and looting and will encourage risk and conflict.

Data from the original main world has been duplicated to both servers, allowing players the choice to play on either or both servers. New players can maintain a character on both servers as well.

More information is available at the official website: http://www.xsyon.com.

About Xsyon

Xsyon is an entirely player driven online game with a living and changing environment. Players form tribes, shape landscapes, construct towns, create quests, hunt, gather, and develop a New World.

About Notorious Games

Founded in 2007, Notorious Games, the developers of the Xsyon game series are a team of experienced game developers based in the US and Russia. Their mission is create unique, dynamic and evolving online worlds.

This article was originally published on Massively.