Ultima Online is a video game that despite being released by Richard Garriott in 1997, still has a good number of players who somehow keep it going. A game that is also gaining more and more users since, due to its ridiculously low requirements, it can be run on almost any PC.
One of these players is Xabi, who public recently on his Twitter account a discovery that could surprise many gamers. As he indicates in his tweet, he discovered that there are people who continue to pay the monthly subscription for more than 20 years to keep their house in the game.
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This is because, as he indicates in his thread of publications on the social network: “if someone buys a house, they have the responsibility to maintain it. If after 5 days the owner does not enter the same in-game, it enters a ruinous state, and a random counter is activated by which it is destroyed and all items can be taken by anyone.
This situation is also due to the fact that the game has a house deterioration system to avoid the accumulation of land, since the game world is limited. To avoid this, the MMO asks for a monthly payment of $13 to access exclusive features, such as owning a house, and you also need to log in to be considered an active player so you don’t lose your home.
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