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No one will enjoy the game unless you enjoy the lore. That my friends is where the game grabs you and immerses you. Don't just click through and run away, mindlessly questing. The game slowly grabs you over time at first I wasn't interested but I slowed down and the 2nd and 3rd weekends the game continued to grow on me. All these people wanting free this free that, everyone else has to pay bills to including developers that make the game. Don't be so cheap. Everyone acts like $60 +$15 monthly fee is going to put them on the streets. If you are that bad off then you should not have any time to post anything about this game.
Don't listen to others and make a decision off of that, read for yourself and try it. If you like it then it is for you.
Voted "on the fence" but only because I don't know if I have time before the end of April. Gonna play this game for sure anyway.
Edit: I actually just preordered digital standard for 42 eur which is a good price.
I'm there to level cap then I bunce to the next
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Pass on ESO. The feedback from a friend/beta player nailed the coffin door shut for me. I also found the game play videos uninspiring. I'm going with Wildstar instead.
I ordered imperial physical edition for the statue
I may play for a month and see how the game goes
But usually mmos nowdays last between one to 2 months
Originally posted by LisaFlexy22 Playing the beta up until level 10 and the starter zones I would say no. But once I got past that into the real world it changed my opinion a lot - so yes.
More the reason why they need to open AvAvA at level one or add /level 10 command so that we can start at 10 and AvAvA right away.
Why force players to do several hours of boring content to get to the good stuff? Makes no sense.
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Originally posted by Bad.dog Originally posted by Pellagren I am a no. My biggest gripe with this game is that grouping seems almost an afterthought. This is Skyrim with other people playing next to you, but not with you. I play MMO's to group with friends and accomplish goals that cannot be done solo. I am also not a fan of them having a box price, a monthly sub and still with aspects behind a pay wall (and I can more than easily afford the price...it's principle).
a big +1 on this ....not being able to complete quests as a group is a GAME KILLER
I'm staying on the fence until the NDA comes down for everyone and I can get a better feel on a few things like the RVR.
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I will wait for six months to a year, and it will surely goes F2P before that, because it has nowhere near the level of content, the level of graphism and animations / assets that would pass an AAA game quality control, it's a very bland, and boring mmo for a subscription fee model, All these assets are already dated for the PAST gen, and we are already slowly entering in the next gen, this game is not "next gen" worthy material, and has little to no "elder scrolls" soul in it, it's just a very generic mmo carrying the dead corpse of a dumbed down skyrim, and it isn't even on par with skyrim graphics.
The world feels cheap, the characters polycount also feels awfully cheap, even with armor on... i can't pay the full price for an half assed attempt from Zenimax to portray what elder scrolls would be in a mmorpg experience.
I was wanting some game like this, an elder scrolls mmo, a long time ago, but when i see it so poorly executed, i'm getting infuriated, any multiplayer mode for skyrim or morrowind would have been thousand time better than this. and more enjoyable too.
Now i know why bethesda never done any multiplayer mode for their games, they just want to cash in with this pile of crap when obviously, a multiplayer experience on skyrim or morrowind would have easily won over this, hands down.
Originally posted by rhan101277 No one will enjoy the game unless you enjoy the lore. That my friends is where the game grabs you and immerses you. Don't just click through and run away, mindlessly questing. The game slowly grabs you over time at first I wasn't interested but I slowed down and the 2nd and 3rd weekends the game continued to grow on me. All these people wanting free this free that, everyone else has to pay bills to including developers that make the game. Don't be so cheap. Everyone acts like $60 +$15 monthly fee is going to put them on the streets. If you are that bad off then you should not have any time to post anything about this game. Don't listen to others and make a decision off of that, read for yourself and try it. If you like it then it is for you.
Clunky mechanical nonsense.
I love B*th*sd* !!!
Yes. The beta test gave me enough to know that I would be able to put in at least three months or so experimenting with different builds and exploring the game.
It felt like what I wanted from GW2.
just pre ordered my physical imperial edition beta came down just minuites ago and im already missing it having played 2 chars to lvl 14 and 1 to lvl 12 1 of each faction
I have 743 hours played on skyrim
320 on oblivion and nearly the same on morrowind (steam figures)
so yes im an Elderscrolls fan and i love what they have done the lore is all there the places are all there . for those saying it single player blah you only play alone if you choose to i managed to be in a group nearly the whole 4 days and all of them were just random people .
I joined 3 guilds we did dungeon and raided the elite zones many times did umpteen anchors ect .
Al the people complaining about bugs and stuff either im the luckiest son bitch to ever play as i had 1 minor but were i had to reloadui and nothing else wrong every quest worked great had graphics on full ultimate and running at 1080p with average 48 fps normaly running around 60fps .
cya in game if your buying it if not ..well i wont see you in game and i fro 1 wont loose any sleep
Originally posted by DAS1337 Originally posted by Ender4 A resounding no. I'd probably play if it were free to play, I would not play if it were buy to play and I definitely won't has a buy to play with a sub. There are much better games out that I'd rather spend my money on.
So, no unless it's completely free to download, install and play?
There aren't many games like that out there, especially at launch. And there are absolutely ZERO out there offering what TESO is offering. So, good luck in your search.
Funny, we have no clue past server stress CAP (17?) what they are offering. Anyone seen anything that was allowed to be posted under the NDA?
But you are right I know of NO OTHER subscription based game that has an entire race behind a paywall at launch.
I never answer questions like this 2 months out, ask 2 weeks out. Anyone making excuses 2 weeks out at this stage in the genre needs some serious help.
A lot changes in two months I have seen it often. Sometimes it changes for the worse, sometimes the better, and sometimes it just changes. But 2 months is definitely a timeframe in which I have seen many changes in a game. Of course some games a so fundamentally crippled that 2 months is never gonna matter. I have no idea if this game is like that.
Sometimes it radically alters the entire skill system and PvE balance 2 days before release on the first day of early access *cough* Champion Online *cough*