Zenimax Online Studios has announced that it is determined to keep The Elder Scrolls Online from becoming another repetitive MMO grind.
Its hard not keeping a MMO grind heavy. Glad to see this game trying hard to stray from that.
I am not excited for this game. I love elder scrolls, but this is just a lazy way of sedating the people who want the next ES to come out. I am annoyed by Skyrim's overly simplistic combat mechanics, and I wish people would stop loving on this series so that the devs get the hint to actually step out of the safe zone that they've been hiding in since Morrowind.
I'm with you with this one!
The fact I couldn't lvl up my jump made me very unhappy
Actually, I'm waiting for Skywind to be complete, because I want to play Morrowind, but the combat looks horrific.
Very nice-- would like to try the beta
A bold goal. We'll see if they can actually pull through with it though. It'd probably be one of the first MMOs to manage it.
Probabl..oh wait...most likely a buggy mess of a game again.
I hope they can pull that off, at first I wasn't really looking forward to Elder Scrolls Online but I'm slowly looking forward to it.
Their single-player ES games have been repetitive grinds for a while now. Why change?
I feel like this game is going to fail. Does anyone care about fantasy MMOs anymore? Just seems like a big been there done that kind of thing.
a MMO will always be a grind, you can add thing in, but end game is a grind to get top tier gear, the questing to get to the end of a game tends to be a grind as well with many fetch quests or kill xxx quest. Now giving a lot of unique dungeons breaks this up. and I hope they do that.
Yeah, sure lol
God, I want this to be good. I've never done an MMO before but if this is good I'm goin in.
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