Lost Ark is the hit new MMO from Smilegate and published by Amazon Games is releasing soon to Western markets. Their port of the popular Korean MMO might just take the world by storm. By bundling a focus on co-op play with the intricate builds and crafting system, we might have a hint. Players seem to have plenty of questions though, and that’s where this guide comes in.
If you’re playing solo, this won’t be a very big deal to you. The majority of casual or solo gamers won’t interact with users on a different instance. But if you’re part of a guild or gaming community that’s trying to get a foothold in the game, this might interest you. You will probably need to know how to change serverchannels in Lost Ark so you can talk with your pals. Being on the same channel allows easier comms, which is vital in cooperative adventures like this.
How to change server channels in Lost Ark
The channels you’re in can be managed by pressing the button on the top-right. You’ll see a number next to a drop-down menu, that’s the channel number you’re currently in. Changing the channel is as simple as selecting a new number from the menu. You can do this in pretty much any area of the game.
Keep in mind that the number of server channels can change, as can the one you’re moved to when you swap into new map regions. Low-population areas need less server backbone to run, so the developer deployed less server channels to deal with the load, mostly to save on server costs.
There are plenty of other things to learn about Lost Ark beyond this simple stuff. Strongholds that act as bases for crafting, seem to have some folks confused. THere’s also that weird premium sub that some players are curious about. Keep it tuned in here at ISKMogul for more guides as well.