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 Dec 14, 2004 - 02:00 PM - by Michael
* City of Villians Q&A

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GamersInfo has a Q&A on City of Villians, the upcoming City of Heroes expansion that will allow players to be, well, villians and introduce PvP combat.

SeanMike: What's the "short take" on how PvP will be working (as far as you can tell us, at least)?

Shane Lacy Hensley: There are lots of different kinds. There are arena duels, PVP missions, and free PVP zones. The most exciting to me are the PVP missions and base raids. (Remember that all of this is consensual -- you'll *never* be forced into PVP if it's not for you.) PVP missions are just like regular missions, but give the other "side" the possibility of entering and intervening. We're still nailing down the way it works *exactly* but that's the gist of it.

 

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