Realm vs Realm Combat Vehicles and mounts in A:IR serve more than just the purpose of transportation; they will also provide adventurers with the ultimate battle experience: A:IR’s Realm vs Realm PvP mode. In RvR, factions fight for fame and glory, taking turns to lead offensive and defensive efforts using all kinds of fantastical flying vehicles. Players can also join the fight from the ground with mechs and the use of anti-air artillery to fight airborne threats―or initiate ground based aerial attacks depending on the map and strategy. Various strategic weapons such as cannons, mines and attack buffs are at each faction’s disposal to tip the balance in their favour. The combination of ground-based and aerial combat makes each fight strategically challenging and dynamic. … [Read more...] about Here’s Why Ascent: Infinite Realm Is The Next Big MMORPG 2019
Final Thoughts In short, there’s nothing wrong about launching an MMORPG with a subscription model, under one caveat. You have to absolutely earn it in your first month as an MMORPG. Can you deliver what you promise, and pump out quality content quickly to retain your playerbase? If games think they can, then there should be no reason why it can’t join the likes of World of Warcraft in the choice of payment model it of … [Read more...] about MMORPG 2019: Should Games Still Charge A Subscription Fee?
2. Paragon We see a theme here. If you’re going to make a brand new MOBA game, it needs to be bloody brilliant or no one’s going to be playing it. In Paragon’s case, this isn’t why the game shut down for good this April. Paragon was a decent MOBA that had all the right ingredients, but lacked the manpower to maintain. Epic Games – you know them as the creators of Fortnite – was simply swamped with the game that is making them rich. That’s Fortnite if you haven’t already guessed. Therefore, they announced that Paragon was difficult to maintain, and would rather focus their energies on a game that actually brings in the money. Makes sense. … [Read more...] about 5 Most Popular MMORPGs 2019 That Is Now Dead
Blue Protocol (PC) Anime and manga gamers the world over were pleasantly surprised when Bandai Namco announced Blue Protocol. This upcoming JRPG features a beatufil open world and action combat. Now throw in some sintillating character designs and art, and you have yourself a winner. The game recently underwent alpha tests back in July for Japan and the surrounding region, and no word has been released on wether or not players can expect a global launch. However, the good news is the game will definitely run on Unreal Engine 4. This simply means that it’s going to look amazing, much like a full-blown anime movie, according to regional critics. The studio is still deciding if it will be free to play or pay to play, so check back for future updates on this. … [Read more...] about Top 5 Anime, JRPG and Manga MMORPGs 2019
Guild Wars 2 (PC) Rounding up the big AAA MMORPG titles to play in 2019 is ArenaNet’s Guild Wars 2. It was a genre-changer when released in 2012, and six years later the game is still going strong on the heels of its 2017 Path of Fire expansion. Guild Wars 2 has become more accessible since making the base game free to play, and many gameplay systems have improved the game like Mounts. In 2018 the game saw numerous quality of life updates like changes to make underwater combat better, and making runes and sigil salvageable to save inventory space. For PvP players, Guild Wars 2 has added 2v2 arenas and and World vs World should get its major update in 2019 that removes the need for servers that limits playing with friends and guilds. … [Read more...] about The Best MMORPG Of 2019 And Beyond