Good news, everyone! World of Warcraft Classic is gearing up for another beta test to run from June 19 to the 21, and you don’t even have to worry about signing up and praying to be selected for testing. All you need is a computer and an active subscription to World of Warcraft. Oh, and you’ll need to be living in the North America and Oceanic regions. Community manager Kaivax has asked players to play as much as possible during the first three hours, presumably to simulate the game’s opening hours when the servers finally go live. For this stress test, all races and classes will be available for creation, and the maximum character level will be capped at 15. In addition to the open world, there will be instanced content available at that level. This will include Warsong Gulch for PvP as well as Ragefire Chasm, Wailing Caverns, and Deadmines. Of course, Deadmines will be a challenge for players to complete at this level. Please focus as much play as possible during … [Read more...] about Blizzard Opens WoW Classic Beta To All Subscribers
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Quick overview: I really enjoyed my time tonight. Spent several hours helping people build houses, random resource gathering, testing weapons and spells, and just exploring a bit. I cannot stress enough how well I feel this game already plays for an alpha. I understand systems are missing, and that I've only had a few hours, but so far it was actually fun. Which most alphas aren't that I've played (specifically crowdfunded alphas). Positives: Graphics: Animations already feel pretty good for early game. Movement speed was also nice. Graphics: nvidia 1070 on ultra, fullscreen 1920x1080, constant 60fps. (dual monitor action, with second monitor watching a livestream) Gameplay: Lots of interactables early on. (resources to gather) Crafting: Once the right menu areas are found, they give all the needed info. Network: No personal lag. Not once. 50-75ms average when i looked Possible Bugs: Combat: Rabbit just sat there while I wacked on him. Interface: Cannot hotkey weapons/tools? … [Read more...] about First night feedback (~3-4 hours playtime)
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Everyone knows that it can be very time consuming when generating unique content for your blog or website. So you will need to know what strategies to employ in order to churn out well written and valuable blog posts within 3 hours. From my experience, I can say that one of the most vital strategies for writing amazing blog posts is to make sure that I aim towards providing content that is exceptional. In this post, you will get tips that will not only help you write awesome blog posts in record time, but will also impress your readers enough to keep them coming back for more. Select the Ideal Tone You Want for Your Blog Who are your target audiences? Each blog has a specific target audience. I am interested in reaching out to people who are: - Interested in learning new things, - Who wish to be their own boss - And take advantage of the opportunities that the internet offers. So, I generate content that would appeal to my target audience. Even if your blog is all about fun and … [Read more...] about Tips for Writing Amazing Blog Posts in 3 Hours!
Worlds Adrift has been one of those games I’ve been closely watching but trying not to jump into until it was ready. I tried one of the alpha weekends, and while it was playable, I could tell I needed to wait, and wait I did. I had faith that once the game would hit Steam (“early access” shield be damned if you ask for cash to play your game), it’d be something that’d move me. In fact, I called it out by name when discussing possible future MMOs that could tackle griefing with a moral system. Today, I’m here to eat my hat, good sirs and madams. While Improbable has been trying to “save MMOs” with SpatialOS, this being the first big MMO that uses it doesn’t wholly impress me. Some things work well, and yes, there are some good ideas, but as a PvP fan, I think there are some glaring mistakes that are going to send a lot of MMORPG players heading for the hills. Let’s dig in. What in the Worlds is right I want to start out … [Read more...] about First impressions of Worlds Adrift: Innovation, Zelda, open-world PvP, and that sinking feeling