Posted On Thursday 23rd March 2017 8:48 AM
Revelation Online Aurums There are three main founder’s packs. The first is a pack for $17.99 that grants you access to all the closed beta tests and early access for the game when it goes into open beta and there’s also a month of premium status. The second pack is available for $59.99 and features all the stuff from the first pack but with some extra items and two months of premium status. The $89.99 deluxe pack features three months of premium status and unlocks an exclusive cat… because apparently a lot of people who spend inordinate amounts of time online love cats.
The third phase of testing will take place from January 19 to February 2 allowing players to explore up to level 69 and prepare for new future experiences. Players will also need new closed beta codes to access this third testing phase. In celebration My.com has released the third trailer in the series of background stories showing off the iconic Spiritshaper in action.
A lot like a real camera the zoom basically just explodes the image a bit. It is worth noting that all this is doing is what it says – zooming in and out. While it is good for things you can’t get close enough to it’s best practice to always get up as close as you can to something Revelation Online Aurums Account rather than using the zoom to make it happen. This will give the best picture quality.
Each of these options alters the actual color scheme of the picture. This one is hard to explain but if you mess with it it’ll make sense. Essentially these can each make the picture look vastly different and the default one is “Standard.”
Sharpness deals with the fuzziness of things that aren’t really in your focus. By default images are entirely in focus so the sharpness affects outside things. If you are taking a picture of your character for example and want it to show the background fuzzy you can do that here. It is also worth noting that the focus option does react in a very similar way.