This is a heads up to all people trying to play the Steam version of this game. Nexon apparently doesn't care about this versoin of the game & are giving the cold shoulder to anybody using it. I have created a support ticket with Steam when I realized just how bad this situation is so they can remove this game from the store, it is obvious that Nexon has no intentions of fixing it:
I am giving you a heads up that you may want to remove this game from your store. I just created a support ticket with them when I was running into an issue directly after selecting a server to play on, I ended up finding out first-hand what the people on the Steam Atlantica forums were saying.
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- Nexon is auto-closing any tickets, threads or otherwise on this game as soon as they find out the issue has to do with the Steam version.
- To take things a step further, they are playing dumb when they state that the Steam version is missing about 400 random files.
- I also found that I was getting "auto-disconnected" (logged out of my Nexon account) every time I attempted to access a page on the official Atlantica site, but that apparently stopped happening after I uninstalled the Steam version of the game (no reason to leave it installed if it's not going to work & Nexon apparently doesn't care to deal with people that are using it, but I was surprised that the installation of the Steam version was the reason for the Nexon website auto-disconnecting me).
Most of the recent threads having to do with the Steam version are being auto-locked without a response.
This is a copy of my support ticket. You will notice it was auto-closed 3 minutes after it's creation with nothing more than a generic reply & no option to re-open it or supply further information.
Most of the threads here are stating that the Steam version is inoperational & that Nexon will not reply to them on issues with the Steam version. One user provided a link that they were working on the issue, but that page was created May 9th.
You'll have to copy & paste the URLs; seems the Steam forums did not like me trying to convert them to links.