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Your definition of hard seems quite off.Vexus_X said:Basically you guys love PvE grinding, think daily quests are hot, and think Hearthstone is the epitome of skill. Got it.
Rust is on the Games List here at MMORPG and I don't see you guys posting there about how it's griefing and the dev studio telling people to 'get good' there is a problem.
Worlds Adrift follows in the same trend of a hard game. I compare Worlds Adrift to Rust+EVE in the meaning of combat and scope of combat. It is the appearance of being a softer game than it really is which is throwing you off. You see some casual game and your imagination was swayed by floaty skies and airships and casual exploration without taking into account the hard PvP combat that is also part of the game. This is understandable. Too bad you couldn't see the larger picture of the game.
There is no 'RPG setting' in this game. It's Sky-Rust with EVE features on the horizon (territory control, alliances). You never improve your character's stats, and PvP is very balanced - no one does more damage or is tankier due to any stats they might have. Everyone has the same chance with those who put effort into getting good seeing rewards for doing so.
If you have Rust, ARK, or Conan Exiles in your Steam library but complain about this game and not those, you're a hypocrite.
The whiny community that relies on things to pay in order to achiev anything in game will find something to say to defend it anyway.arbi15 said:this whiny community will find someting to call p2w anyway
Viper482 said:On one hand I think Metzen has some good points....on the other.....the freaking writers of these events are complicit in the fact they KNEW this would cause a huge community reaction. They also fed little bits of the story at a time on purpose so you WOULD jump to conclusions or at least speculate what was going on. Anyone who did not see this would divide the community is an idiot and shouldn't be writing for them....of course they knew! And the fact people have become emotionally invested in the lore should be celebrated. The reactions were not nerd toxicity, they were emotional reactions which most of the time are irrational regardless of the circumstances.
Saying that....I think a lot of Horde players are misguided in that they have been led on to believe the Horde were boy scouts all this time....I mean you have a race of freaking zombies on your side, come on.