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Which one you prefer? (4 massive games coming at 2019)

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  • RukushinRukushin Member UncommonPosts: 310
    I'm looking at Pantheon and AoC. CoE was enticing at first and then fell flat on it's face. I think it will be another Life is Feudal where you basically hear nothing out of it....if it launches. 


  • CoatedCoated Member UncommonPosts: 485
    Massive? You and I differ greatly on our idea of "Massive".

    What I see are very niche, small titles with very little funding. Each game is going to be making cuts into some kind of game mechanics which will hurt the finished product in some way or another.

    I will be playing non of these games.
  • WizardryWizardry Member LegendaryPosts: 17,835
    "sandbox" "pvp" Since when is pvp anything other than sandbox,does someone control your pvp actions in some game out there?

    None the less the sandbox WORLD is something these games are NOT,the world is scripted and there is no engine/tools to create your own maps/weapons/Ai etc etc,so there is literally ZERO sandbox in ANY of those games.
    Which would i play,none of those 4,i don't see them offering me anything creative or constructive they are all simply cheap game builds looking to cash in one 1-2 gimmicks.

    W/o going into each game's minute detail ,they all fail at the very basic core of game design,they are NOT complete games at what they are portraying their games to be.
    Crowfall being the biggest fail design because it is tying in the most desirable aspect of the game into the cash shop and that is a HUGE no no.
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  • JamesGoblinJamesGoblin Member RarePosts: 1,242
    Camelot Unchained and Crowfall; If nothing else, due to both having excellent chances to actually launch - and then, who knows?
    I'm looking forward to Crowfall the most out of those. It just looks like fun to me. 
    It'll be something between fun and second job, depending on how you approach it.
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  • FlyinDutchman87FlyinDutchman87 Member UncommonPosts: 335
    I highly doubt COE is gonna be anywhere near ready by 2019.


    Looking forward to CU and Crowfall, both for similar reasons. I think crowfall will be the more popular but I think CU will be more of the game I really want to play. Either way, should be decent MMO year for once. God knows we haven't had one in a while. 
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  • WylfWylf Member UncommonPosts: 373
    None of them. 
    Ah we have a winner.  Cortex666 was the 1st with the correct answer.
  • QuizzicalQuizzical Member LegendaryPosts: 22,092
    Coated said:
    Massive? You and I differ greatly on our idea of "Massive".

    What I see are very niche, small titles with very little funding. Each game is going to be making cuts into some kind of game mechanics which will hurt the finished product in some way or another.

    I will be playing non of these games.
    My idea of massive is that it's something that has mass.  For example, electrons are massive and photons are not.  With that in mind, are these games massive?
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  • francis_baudfrancis_baud Member RarePosts: 242
    Crowfall, Camelot Unchained and Dual Universe are the ones I'm looking for.

    New World, if it's still a thing, could grab my attention in the future too.
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  • francis_baudfrancis_baud Member RarePosts: 242
    Coated said:
    Massive? You and I differ greatly on our idea of "Massive".

    What I see are very niche, small titles with very little funding. Each game is going to be making cuts into some kind of game mechanics which will hurt the finished product in some way or another.

    I will be playing non of these games.
    North of 10 million dollars could hardly be considered "very little" funding for a MMO. Crowfall has close to 20 million dollars in funding so far, Camelot Unchained isn't far from that number.

    The funding is closer to AAA titles like Blade & Soul, Black Desert Online and Guild Wars 2 than the large majority of the indie games released in recent years.
    JamesGoblin
  • VrikaVrika Member EpicPosts: 6,420
    Quizzical said:
    Coated said:
    Massive? You and I differ greatly on our idea of "Massive".

    What I see are very niche, small titles with very little funding. Each game is going to be making cuts into some kind of game mechanics which will hurt the finished product in some way or another.

    I will be playing non of these games.
    My idea of massive is that it's something that has mass.  For example, electrons are massive and photons are not.  With that in mind, are these games massive?
    I'm curious to know what do you think an MMO is? A game with Multiplayer Online properties that manifest only if it's attached to a mass?
     
  • QuizzicalQuizzical Member LegendaryPosts: 22,092
    edited April 2018
    Vrika said:
    Quizzical said:
    Coated said:
    Massive? You and I differ greatly on our idea of "Massive".

    What I see are very niche, small titles with very little funding. Each game is going to be making cuts into some kind of game mechanics which will hurt the finished product in some way or another.

    I will be playing non of these games.
    My idea of massive is that it's something that has mass.  For example, electrons are massive and photons are not.  With that in mind, are these games massive?
    I'm curious to know what do you think an MMO is? A game with Multiplayer Online properties that manifest only if it's attached to a mass?
    You say that as though there is any agreement as to what an MMO is.
    Torval
  • anxelesaxeanxelesaxe Member UncommonPosts: 24
    From what I hear, CU is a mess.

    What I've learned in 20 years of playing MMOs - have no hope. You'll just be let down. 
  • KyleranKyleran Member LegendaryPosts: 36,348
    Coated said:
    Massive? You and I differ greatly on our idea of "Massive".

    What I see are very niche, small titles with very little funding. Each game is going to be making cuts into some kind of game mechanics which will hurt the finished product in some way or another.

    I will be playing non of these games.
    North of 10 million dollars could hardly be considered "very little" funding for a MMO. Crowfall has close to 20 million dollars in funding so far, Camelot Unchained isn't far from that number.

    The funding is closer to AAA titles like Blade & Soul, Black Desert Online and Guild Wars 2 than the large majority of the indie games released in recent years.
    Still about $10 to $20M short for a western developed MMORPG.

    Two of you three examples were built in a country with roughly 50% lower labor costs and they clear still suffer from a lack of proper funding.
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  • francis_baudfrancis_baud Member RarePosts: 242
    edited April 2018
    From what I hear, CU is a mess.

    What I've learned in 20 years of playing MMOs - have no hope. You'll just be let down. 
    The development takes longer than what was initially expected but things seem to go smoothly now. They've got a major cash influx earlier this year and they're adding lot of stuff into the game to get the Beta rolling in 2 months.
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  • JamesGoblinJamesGoblin Member RarePosts: 1,242
    Kyleran said:
    Coated said:
    Massive? You and I differ greatly on our idea of "Massive".

    What I see are very niche, small titles with very little funding. Each game is going to be making cuts into some kind of game mechanics which will hurt the finished product in some way or another.

    I will be playing non of these games.
    North of 10 million dollars could hardly be considered "very little" funding for a MMO. Crowfall has close to 20 million dollars in funding so far, Camelot Unchained isn't far from that number.

    The funding is closer to AAA titles like Blade & Soul, Black Desert Online and Guild Wars 2 than the large majority of the indie games released in recent years.
    Still about $10 to $20M short for a western developed MMORPG.

    Two of you three examples were built in a country with roughly 50% lower labor costs and they clear still suffer from a lack of proper funding.
    $20M is just a snapshot, Crowfall will likely end up on 30-40M - and I bet Camelot will get more than it's current $17M; Of course, it also means more delays etc. 

    Another thing is that none of these two will have AAA PvE or anything close to it, which is lion's share of any such budget; not to mention marketing money, this part can really go wild with AAAs.

    None of these guarantees success to CF/CU, nor it puts them into AAA range - just, they are not as far below as it might seem at first glance.
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  • TillerTiller Member EpicPosts: 8,872
    badermal said:
    i just found all the good sandbox pvp mmo are coming at 2019  or later (2020) here is the list
     Camelot unchained - Daoc game from 2001 making another great return as a new game
    Chornicles of elyria- pure sandbox game with many intersting feature
    Crowfall - from shadowbane ultima online dev 
    Ashes of creation - another good sandbox game

    so after i spent time seeing each of the title i came to decision each has some little problems
    CU- realm vs realm pvp game so your forced to ally/enemy based on the realm no freedom
    Coe- players saying its little pay to win though
    Crowfall - too cartoonish and non peristent world
    ashes of creation - looks more like a pve game than pvp and most of the people only going to play it for dungeon raids and boses? 

    but anyway all of these game have same concept on pvp 
     got siege (village town city castle)
     open world pvp
    building 
    territory war 
    so if anyone knows  is there is any difference between these 4? (except realm vs realm) and which one you going to try ?
     and which one will fail like life is feudal and which will be one of the best sandbox mmo?




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  • badermalbadermal Member UncommonPosts: 233
    so some of you saying all the 4 of them going to fail?

  • TillerTiller Member EpicPosts: 8,872
    edited April 2018
    badermal said:
    so some of you saying all the 4 of them going to fail?

    Most likely flail at least.
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  • BruceYeeBruceYee Member EpicPosts: 1,947
    badermal said:
    so some of you saying all the 4 of them going to fail?

    AoC and CoE may. CU & CF probably won't.
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  • TokkenTokken Member RarePosts: 2,515
    AoC for me.
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  • SephirosoSephiroso Member RarePosts: 2,019
    Quizzical said:
    Vrika said:
    Quizzical said:
    Coated said:
    Massive? You and I differ greatly on our idea of "Massive".

    What I see are very niche, small titles with very little funding. Each game is going to be making cuts into some kind of game mechanics which will hurt the finished product in some way or another.

    I will be playing non of these games.
    My idea of massive is that it's something that has mass.  For example, electrons are massive and photons are not.  With that in mind, are these games massive?
    I'm curious to know what do you think an MMO is? A game with Multiplayer Online properties that manifest only if it's attached to a mass?
    You say that as though there is any agreement as to what an MMO is.
    There is. Just like there is an agreement that the earth is round yet there are still a surprising number of people(vocal minority) that think its flat.

    Just because you can point to a bunch of people who claim something that clearly is not an MMO is an MMO does not mean that there isn't an understood agreement to what is an MMO and is not.
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  • ShaighShaigh Member RarePosts: 2,058
    Lost Ark, not because its a game I really want or care for but unlike the four games mentioned its close to being finished. You can hype sandbox features all you want but so far its just hype on things that they intend to develop instead of actual features that can be played in their current build.

    I will reevaluate all those games once you can watch people stream beta gameplay but I'm done hyping games based on words alone.
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  • MightyUncleanMightyUnclean Member EpicPosts: 3,340
    I'm just looking for these games to add their new B A T T L E  R O Y A L E modes!  Yeah!
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  • KnightFalzKnightFalz Member RarePosts: 1,135
    I'm not a PvP fan, and believe that trying to mix the two these days is a path to quick disaster. PvE focused players generally don't want to be messed with and PvP focused players generally don't want to be quested ad nauseam.

    Camelot Unchained might be interesting, as it seems you can specialize in crafting, focusing mainly on supporting the troops of your realm to victory instead of direct engagement.

    If it turns out to be so this would probably the best for me to try, providing the cost of curiosity isn't too high.


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  • NycteliosNyctelios Member EpicPosts: 3,815
    Crowfall because the concept itself is like a living episodic "never ending" Gw2 world versus world.

    And I played Gw2 for years and I lived in WvW and Arena PvP.

    So it's my jam.

    I also spent most of my time in Cyrodil when played ESO, so you get the point.
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