Warhammer Online – Age of Reckoning Review

Mythic Entertainment is ready with their new MMORPG. They are the people behind Dark Age of Camelot, a game that became known for its PVP, Player vs Player where all the players are involved in a war between the 3 breeds. This concept, known as Realm vs. Realm, matched by hand in glove with Warhammer Table Top game, in which different races were in constant war with each other. So when Games Workshop decided to make an MMORPG based on the popular game series, it was obvious to choose Mythic Entertainment to create it. They have now done it, and Realm vs.. Realm (RVR) is an important part of Warhammer Online. “War is everywhere” promise Mythic in their advertisements, and after spending months in a small game, then I give them quite right. When you Logr into a WAR (Warhammer Age of Reckoning) server, you can not avoid being mixed up in the war between Order and Destruction.

When you start the game there are 6 races to choose from. 3 on either side of the conflict. Dwarfs and Greenskins fighting on one front, the High Elves and Dark Elves are fighting for control of their homeland and people trying to stop an invasion from Chaos. So there are 3 ways you can fight on, and what you start at is determined by what race you choose to play. Each race has its own professions, such as the Dwarf Iron Breaker or Chaos’ magus. They are very different, although they essentially can be divided into some basic types that are known from this type of game. When you have chosen your character and found a look that fits, you are ready to explore this new world.

Quests are there of course plenty of and you must really make เว็บแทงบอล  efforts to run out of them. It is normal practice for this type of game and works very well in WAR. Individual quests are easily the stereotypical kind, to find people / things, or beat monsters to death, but there has been much work in history and it makes them actually quite entertaining. You can sense that Mythic has been aware of this and they vary them quite well with small surprises in the pipeline. The first 10 levels used in the same starting area, but as soon as you reach the first warcamp, the game opens up for the other races areas and this works really great, because there is nothing preventing you from completing quests in all three areas.

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