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The Elder Scrolls Online Beta Gameplay Footage

The Elder Scrolls Online Beta Gameplay Footage

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The many mood swings of the Elder Scrolls fan

The many mood swings of the Elder Scrolls fan

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The many mood swings of the Elder Scrolls fan. I have to say, we Elder Scrolls fans haven changed a bit.

The general hubbub surrounding the anticipation of TESO is merely a repeat in the trend of the nail biting that preceded Oblivion and Skyrim. Everyone online is freaking out about every little detail, hoping everything will be perfect. Guess what? It won be. Surprise.

The Elder Scrolls has never lived up to every one of our expectations. Oblivion characters looked like deflated balloon animals, there still aren spears in the game, the swimming animation sucks, and on and on. Nonetheless, we played these games for obscene amounts of time, sufficient to feature us on daytime television shows about people with serious problems in need of intervention and treatment.

Yet every new title brings out the worst in us until it released. It almost as if every time a new ES game is announced everyone forgets why they played the last one for two calendar months.

Survey Will the payment model of The Elder Scrolls Online influence whether or not you will play the game

Survey Will the payment model of The Elder Scrolls Online influence whether or not you will play the game

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Note: Sorry if this post seems rabble y but I so tired 🙁

I never understand the people who think a game must charge a subscription fee to be considered quality? I mean, where have you been these past few years?

“But if I pay monthly they have more money to develop more content.”

Totally true statement, but that still says nothing of the quality that a game will release in. We need only look at the many recent, failed subscription MMOs to see this. The absolute best thing new MMOs can offer is no barrier to entry. Lets face the facts, there is a very slim possibility ZeniMax will get everything right at launch (heck, people found enough things to complain about in those tidbits of leaked footage). Most MMOs have a horrible retention rate because it pretty much impossible to release content as fast as the consumers will devour it. Even if your content isn buggy, it will quickly get old. People will get bored and they will cancel their sub. But wait, look, patch 1.1 just fixed SO MUCH STUFF. But rarely does it fix enough to convince people who cancelled to drop $15 (especially to check out what they consider this fixes/additions as things that should have been in at launch).

I quit GW2 months ago due to design choices like mishandling of the “trinity”, WvW lag and no large scale PvE instances. But every month they come out with an update, and every month I patch my game and check it out. And in game I meet people who still been playing non stop and others like, just dropping by to check out the new shinies. The only other MMO I quit that I still keep up with is SWTOR, and while it still it had its sub I found myself wanting to check out new patches, only to second guess myself. “Is it really worth $15? I mean I probably only play for a week.” The answer was always no, and I have yet to touch the game again (mostly out of disgust on how they handled their F2P conversion). My point is, MMOs need to be able to retain their players (hopefully through good content) while also presenting the least possible barrier of entry to attract new and returning players with each update.

Yes. If it not subscription based then I will seriously doubt buying it. People are fooling themselves when they say B2P is any different than F2P and they can only hurt the actual meta of the game.

With something like an MMO, it going to cost resources to keep it alive. B2P and F2P models make their salary by selling items that you couldn get, or would otherwise be really freaking hard to get, and allows you to have them with money. What the point of playing a game if you just going to spend money to beat it? What would give game devs an incentive to give players things to do continuously if they can just add shinies into a store for people to fawn over? I referring to Guild Wars 2 repetitive nature and lackluster endgame. But this could be for other reasons as well.

I like subscription based because it simple, it makes you feel invested, playtime will easily determine the best players, and it is how you will keep your hardcores. These words are coming from a hardcore, and we the people that talk the most about any game. We the ones that take the time to rant on the forums and roast the game when we think it unfair.

I dont mind Buy the box and good to go, however, a lot of companies are nickel and diming now and making you pay for what should be essentials, and it very annoying. I have never spent a dime on League of Legends and I have played for 3 years. I like that way, but its a different genre. But if I feel like its not an absurd unrealistic grind with in game currency, I fine. I can also accept people looking cooler than me if they want to spend money to do so like on League of Legends. As long as I can outskill them and not be at a disadvantage because I choose not to blow money on a game, I down.

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