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When not engaged in brutal combat, players will also be able to visit the new persistent in-game town of Arhonnas, where combatants can chat with one another and visit with several new NPCs, receiving quests, learning about the game world, and shopping for new gear. Once those tasks are finished, LOCO players will definitely want to sample Touchdown, an all-new football-inspired game mode. All of these features, and more, will be added to the game when LOCO: Evolution launches in Q4 2011.
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