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Movies Reveal Depth of Character Customization Available in Online Game’s Underground Expansion

FAIRFAX, VA - DECEMBER 2, 2004 - Mythic Entertainment, developer and publisher of the massively-multiplayer online role-playing game, "Dark Age of Camelot," today released three short movies from "Catacombs," the game's upcoming expansion. The movies show off the dungeon expansion's character customization feature, which allows players to individualize their avatars. The depth of customization options is demonstrated in the movies, which feature three different characters - a female elf, male troll and a male Briton.

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About "Dark Age of Camelot: Catacombs"

"Catacombs" is the third retail expansion pack for "Dark Age of Camelot." It features a vast new underground environment of friendly cities and dangerous dark dungeons. Many of the new adventuring areas are "instanced' and can be explored privately by single groups and solo players. Five new player classes make their debut in "Catacombs" - the Heretic in Albion; the Warlock and Valkyrie in Midgard; and the Vampiir and Bainshee in Hibernia.

The first new addition a player will notice in "Catacombs" will undoubtedly be the major art upgrade to player character models. This all-new set of player character models includes features such as detailed facial features and morphs, hairstyles, skin tones, and more stunning looks for armors and clothing. This upgrade applies to all character models, not just the new player classes.

"Catacombs" is aimed at players of all levels and experience. Content will be provided for characters of the lowest levels up through the most experienced.

About Mythic Entertainment

Mythic Entertainment is one of the most successful developers and publishers of massively multiplayer online role-playing games in the world. Credited with 15 online games, including the award winning "Dark Age of Camelot®," Mythic's success is based in proprietary technology, superior game design and exemplary customer service delivered by a talented staff of more than 150 people. "Dark Age of Camelot®" is played by more than 250,000 subscribers in almost every country in the world, and has been translated into four languages.

In March 2003, TA Associates completed a $32 million investment in Mythic, the largest ever granted to any independent game developer. Mythic has been recognized for their business achievements by the Inc. 500, Deloitte Fast 500, and as a 2004 finalist in the Dell Small Business Awards. In addition to "Dark Age of Camelot®" expansions, Mythic is currently developing "ImperatorTM," a next-generation Sci-fi MMORPG, scheduled for release in winter of 2005. More information about Mythic Entertainment is available at .


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