Ankama Games has announced a 2nd December release for Dofus 2.0, which effectively relaunches the 25-million-strong cartoon MMO.

This update will be the most important in the free-to-play game's history, rewriting the graphics engine as well as the server and client code. The result should be more a more detailed and much more responsive experience.

Following the patch, Ankama plans to roll Dofus 2.0 out worldwide next year.

There's a more thorough explanation of Dofus 2.0 on the official website, or some screenshots to look at in our Dofus 2.0 gallery.

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