For just a one month period starting February 11th and lasting until March 11th, Lineage II celebrates our fonder feelings using a special Valentine’s Day sabotage.
The bakeries of Aden are already undermined by Beleth, and the wizards in the Ivory Tower call on that you help them, Huey Lewis-like, spread the facility of Love. Led by your saccharine-monikered wizard Coco Brownie, you will be fighting for Love Potion sheds, candy buffs and Valentine’s designed weapon skins.
The staff at blizzard has posted the following statement regarding the downtime with warlords.
I know how much everyone was looking forward to this expansion, and once you were able to get in and start having fun, all the comments I’ve seen indicate that this is one of our best yet. But the quality of the content does not excuse the subpar launch experience we delivered, and I apologize for that.
The first two days of the expansion were not a great experience, with many of you facing high queues or significant gameplay problems. We worked around the clock to tackle the demand issues and technical challenges, and fortunately things started looking better on Saturday. While millions of you were able to get in and play over the weekend, with many already reaching level 100, others still ran into very lengthy queues, particularly on the highest-population realms.
To help address this, we’ve expanded the new instancing tech we used to improve queues on Saturday and we’re continuing the process of applying that to raise the capacity of all realms again. This will result in approximately double the prelaunch capacity on each realm, which should greatly reduce queue times for most realms if not eliminate queues altogether.
In recognition of the difficulties so many of you ran into when trying to play over the first few days, we’re adding five days’ worth of extra time to every subscription in the Americas, Oceania, and Europe that was active as of Friday, November 14. Things are already in a much better place than they were going into the weekend, so I hope you’ll now be able to focus on having a ton of fun with this expansion.
I also hope you’ll accept my apology and keep your faith in us. The support voiced by many of you as we worked through the challenges was immensely appreciated. We’re extremely grateful to be part of such a passionate community. We love World of Warcraft, and we’re very proud of this expansion, so stumbling out of the gates like this was very disappointing for all of us.
On behalf of the World of Warcraft development team, as well as everyone at Blizzard, thank you all again for your patience and understanding.
The expression “Wow Clone” gets tossed around a ton nowadays. While it may not so much be reasonable to claim that any diversion ought to be marked a clone of an alternate amusement, it is the truth that we live in. Universe of Warcraft is, by a wide margin, the greatest and most well known MMORPG on the planet and as the old saying goes, “On the off chance that you can’t beat ’em, duplicate ’em,” or something to that effect.
Presently 4story then again, and also about the majority of alternate amusements on this rundown, could undoubtedly be mixed up for World of Warcraft by an observer. I may not be right, however it strikes me as one of those amusements you’d see an advertisement for on Facebook with the slogan “Play a diversion like Wow for nothing today!” It’s intensely journey driven, graphically comparable, and gameplay is about indistinguishable.
Instead of create a concentrate on attacks and other vast scale Pve content, 4story develops itself to interest in domain vs. domain Pvp battle, because of the amusement’s three faction framework. Be that as it may, dissimilar to Wow, the factions are isolated in name just, not racial or class-based limitations. Also, the excercise mode in the diversion even gives you a chance to take your class for a twist as a max-level toon, Which is an incredible approach to test out how they’ll reasonable once you get there yourself.
4) Forsaken World
This is presumably the greatest extend on the rundown, in light of the fact that it truly doesn’t impart a great deal to Wow itself from a surface level. Graphically, it looks much changed, and the concentrate on differing Pvp modes is in generally distinct difference to the substantial concentrate on Pve that Wow shows. It’s one of the numerous diversions offered from Perfect World International, a colossal constrain in the allowed to-play MMO market, however is really focused around western dream tropes, as opposed to an eastern methodology like the vast majority of their different recreations.
Neglected World is additionally an incredible advanced decision because of the way that you can get to it on the immense PC gaming stage of Steam (it ought to essentially be a law that all amusements ought to be on Steam. Tell me when you get on that, Valve.) Overall its a fair amusement, with a lot of races and classes to pick from, and you could do much more terrible on the off chance that you need an inside and out standard allowed to-play option to Wow.
Blizzard has announced that a new comic by Robert Brooks that is based on the World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor expansion is now available. Called “Blackhand”, the comic centers around one of the faction leaders that players will encounter when returning to the past in Draenor.