Daybreak’s recent layoff shakeup caused a lot of people (myself included) to sincerely doubt the future of their portfolio. Inevitably, whenever layoffs like this occur, some people take to the internet and do a little “tell all” — usually on Reddit. This has been no exception.
An unnamed ‘leaker’ took to Reddit with a post about what’s happening with EverQuest, Planetside, H1Z1/Just Survive, etc.
Here are the highlights:
- H1Z1 limping along
- Just Survive probably sunsetting
- Planetside 2 limping along
- Planetside 3 in development as a battle royale / territory builder
- EverQuest & EverQuest 2 are getting final expansions
- Everquest 3 is in development again to compete with Pantheon and will be a team-based battle royale pvp game
- DCUO still exists
Okay. Let’s get real here for a second.
I decided to take the advice many of you had for me over the past two weeks and resub to World of Warcraft to see what has changed in the past year. Actually, I stopped playing somewhere in February 2017, so that puts me having missed both the 7.2 and the 7.3 patches.
That’s sort of what I want to talk about in tonight’s brief post. I feel really, really lost. What follows are mild to major plot spoilers as I try and ask for your help and piece this together.
These past few days I’ve been weighing my options for a return to that game that must not be named. I’m looking at classes and considering my options for an uber-casual “do the story stuff and see what happens” return, as so many of you have encouraged in your replies to my recent MMO posts.
While browsing around forums and fan sites I came across a statement from community manager Kaivax where he says that class development is pretty much done for Battle for Azeroth.
I’m starving for an MMO to play. I love PixARK and the myriad of other games I’m playing, but I just can’t go long without a dedicated MMO to log into. That’s a dangerous place for me to be in, believe me. When this happens every 2 years or so, you know the game I go back to and always hate myself over as a result.
I dabbled for two weeks on EQ’s Coirnav server. Given recently events over whether or not it’ll be legal for people to do business with them anymore, I don’t feel the greatest amount of security investing any time into the game.Â If you’re curious what’s going on, some Russian’s assets are frozen and that involves Columbus Nova which is the company someone is going around the internet and deleting any associates to Daybreak. If you’re confused, I think the internet is too. Google it up to learn more. Yeah, maybe I won’t play EQ right now until we see how this shakes out and who else they’re sold to in the near future.
Yesterday I asked what your favorite MMORPG race was and why, so today Iâ€™m going to ask you about MMORPG classes. Instead of asking you to pick just one overall favorite, I’ll let you pick a few classesÂ you think are really cool, unique, or awesome enough in their design/idea that you think of them as a favorite .
When you list a class, I want you to explain why and share a little about that class. Many of us may have never tried the classes you think are cool, or even played the games theyâ€™re from.
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