Guild Wars 2 offers many rewards on a daily basis, either by simply logging in the game, or completing certain daily tasks. Unfortunately, the weekly & monthly rewards have been removed from the game, even though […]
Estimating the population of an MMO game is a daunting task, and publishers are not willing to share their numbers on these matters. The reason? I guess WoW’s population is so big, that the rest are embarrassed […]
Thanks for the input Duncan, but that was intended. It means plus or minus 1 million, which well, is the same with roughly. To be honest with you, using ~ after the – in the heading, just looked like s**t so I went with ± ^^
Thanks for the input talon, I gotta say I think you’re over-exaggerating.
I am an active player on all 5 MMOs mentioned in the article (and many more).
Using bots, gold farming, or in any other way “manipulating” the way a game was originally meant to be played, is nothing new. There is no single MMO that is “healthy” on that aspect.
The article doesn’t aim to compare the games, as in “more people = better game”, so there is no reason to take it personally with FFXIV!
I wouldn’t say WoW is dead, hell, I don’t think that day will ever come! Especially with Battle of Azeroth coming out now, it will be a while before we can criticize on WoW’s population again, it will be packed for a long time!
Unfortunately I agree with you about ESO’s end-game, it’s lacking. There is so much tons of content in this game, yet there are features which are not properly utilized, resulting in an end-game that feels the same with leveling your first character.
However, I disagree on the population aspect. Personally, the most “active population” MMO experiences I had in 2016-2018 are ESO, and Black Desert Online. I’m talking about going for that boss, and there’s a few hundred players around. Doing side quests, and there’s 20 people running around the same area. Selling stuff in the Auction House, that people actually buy, fast!
FFXIV and Guild Wars 2 might not be THAT populated, but they have a great community, that is passionate about the game, and dedicated.
To be honest, I don’t think someone can “go wrong” with any of the 5 choices, since there are millions of other players in each, and the games have gone a long way with content. It’s mostly a matter of personal preference!
You are absolutely right Jay! We have just included a small form in the end of the article, so that anyone can upload his / her screenshots, and show them to the world! So we’re definitely waiting for yours too 🙂
The Elder Scrolls: Legends – All Player Titles
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The Master Wizard
The House Leader
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A Show of Strength
Win 3 games with Strength – 40 Gold
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