When the developer of New World in November 2021 update 1.1 published, a strange mistake was looking for the game worlds — after a crash, the server time jumped up to a month in the future. And that made sure that players could not pay housing taxes — and still for many other problems, such as declined stations in settlements. In order to compensate the heroes Sternums, which lost the roof over his head, the people of Amazon Game Studios implemented a 90% discount on the Housing taxes. These should be low until the release of the December update, which brings among other things the winter convergence event. The plan has changed to the delight of all Housing fans.

Housing taxes across the entire December low

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In the developers of New World it seemed some confusion in the way. First posted Community Manager Alexandra in the New World Forums that the Housing taxes would now be put back to the normal level. By the way: No, Update 1.2 for New World has not been published yet, but it is already in the starting blocks. When is New World Update 1.2? The patch is likely to be released as of 16 December 2021.

In order to compensate players who owned houses and negatively affected by the problems with Time skip in November, we have temporarily reduced the weekly home taxes by 90 percent. As noted above, the 90 percent lowering of the flight tax of 23 November 2021 occurred In force until our monthly December update, says Tundras.

Command back!

Four hours later, the developers riddled back and Alexandra let the Housing taxes remain with only ten percent of the actual height over the entire December 2021. Who increases the taxes before the holidays? What a miser we are? To reinforce the spirit of holidays, we will maintain the tax reduction for apartments by December, says Alexandra.

Well then, Merry Christmas in Sternum!

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