We’ve all happened upon green glowing portals that are seemingly still active and ready to be conquered. Although, when you load into the dungeon there are no mobs to be found and all the chest have already been looted.
This has been a big problem for the community since the inception of randomized dungeons in Albion Online. The issue has always been that once the last player has exited the instance, the dungeon takes too long to despawn.
Most serious players have abandoned blue and yellow zones to run dungeons in black zones to seek out untouched dungeons with better loot.
How has Albion Fixed Solo Dungeons?
Sandbox Interactive has now made it possible for players to have access to fresh dungeons more often than not.
In the blue and yellow zones, the time it takes for the solo dungeon to disappear has been greatly decreased and it’s all based on the last player to enter.
After the recent Queen update, once a solo portal is removed from the map another will take its place right away.
Players will still be able to run dungeons together, this update will simply make solo dungeons more readily available.