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Originally posted by William12 A few things. Pay yearly its like 7.50 a month Pay yearly for station access its 14.99 a month you can play any SOE game
If I was willing to pay I would have already been playing. This game is not worth a subscription fee with the neglect it gets.
So this means they went back on their word that premium characters created prior to free to play would still be playable?
Well that sucks.
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Originally posted by kadepsyson So this means they went back on their word that premium characters created prior to free to play would still be playable? Well that sucks.
read the FAQ.
"As a special thank you to players who have ever had a subscription to Vanguard, characters of all levels that were created before the free-to-play conversion will all be available regardless of your membership type. In addition, these players will have 12 character slots (or your previous maximum number, whichever is higher) available on their account regardless of their membership type."
"Characters that existed before the Free-to-Play conversion will also have a full complement of bag slots available, and access to items currently in the bank regardless of slot limitations. New items will not be able to be placed in the bank beyond the slots normally granted to Free members, and once items are removed from these restricted slots they will not be able to be placed in the bank in excess of normal limitations."
Originally posted by beat_down Originally posted by William12 A few things. Pay yearly its like 7.50 a month Pay yearly for station access its 14.99 a month you can play any SOE game
Sorta the point with F2P they invested heavily in a new dev team over the last 6 months have spent time updating and fixing stuff. Just look at the patch today if that doesn't say we're actively updating this game nothing will.
The real reason they did that is so all those sub lvl 20 alts will not be grandfathered in now.
People will have to buy them if they want to play them past 20 now where as before even a lvl 2 non ftp class/race combo got grandfathered in for free.
it looks good until you scroll down and read the non highlighted portion .it is essentially not f2p .it is b2p . read this :
Originally posted by SuperXero89 I think it's a mistake to let people play those classes without purchasing them even if it's only to level 20. What if someone doesn't even see the level 20 restriction then wonders why they can't play their character or why they can't level up once they reach 20 in-game?
You could play any class and any race up to level 10 before. You just couldnt leave the Isle of Dawn.
Originally posted by lotaparty it looks good until you scroll down and read the non highlighted portion .it is essentially not f2p .it is b2p . read this :
Whine, whine. To anyone who has experience with the free versions of EQ and EQ2, this all looks very familiar, even generous. At least this time, its try-before-you-buy on the premium races and classes.
Originally posted by wrightstuf I Downloaded the ftp client just now and noticed the Dread Knight (which was my choice to create) along with a few other classes were restricted to level 20.Is this how it will be for the new FTP version iof the game? Certainly hope not. Maybe i'm missing something?
The bastards! For what they're charging, they should at least let you play to level 40 and have access to all classes.
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