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Edit: It seems that campaigns will in fact be permanent and you can only switch at a meaningful cost of Alliance Points, which we believe to be similiar to DAoC's "Realm Points".
For the record, I'm unbelivably excited about thsi game, have been since they announced it, a few months ago... But that being said, as a former DAoC junkie, the concept of this mega-server really has me worried.
Back in DAoC, you had one server, one frontiers (the PvP area; Cyrodiil if you will), and when you took a keep or castle, that was it, it was taken for your server, it was taken, no ifs ands or buts...
But now with this Megaserver....? Apparently there's going to be different "Campaigns", or instances, I guess you could call them, where all the PvP takes place... So does taking a keep really hold any meaning? I mean, can you just switch from one campaign to another, or once you join a campaign, you're there for good?
If people are constantly swapping about campagns, I think that taking a keep would lose ALL its meaning, because I mean who cares if you take XYZ Keep in one campagn, as the Ebonheart Pact, when the Aldmeri Dominion has that keep in a few other campaigns, and the Daggerfall Covenant has it in a few others? Why would it freken matter?? You'd just be taking one keep in one campaign... Is this how it's going to work? I would like more clarification on this system, if anyone knows anything, and if this is how it works, will it destroy the meaning of PvP in ESO?