Global Chat: Does Dragonflight live up to expectations?

While first impressions are all well and good, the hallmark of a solid MMO release is whether or not it can sustain interest and high opinions over the long term. Now that we are a few months old dragonflighthow is it holding up?

player Lady P is still undecided, with an opinion being pulled both ways: “I still have a few things I want to achieve and some content I want to explore, but overall I’d have to give this expansion a low mark if it were it’s about keeping me busy long term. There are some big steps in the right direction, but they still haven’t reached the endgame, which I think is sustainable.”


command go doesn’t quite see the appeal of SWTOR’s new and improved map: “Well, the old map is still there, so before you tell me I could keep using it… it’s not that simple. You see, there are parts of the new pull-out card that I Yes, really love and don’t really want to do without! However, there are also ways in which it kind of sucks.”

Leo’s life is on a Final Fantasy XIV bender lately: “I’ve spent the last few weeks completing as many systems as possible. It feels like going to a buffet, getting full and realizing there are 3 dozen other buffets.”


star shadow explains why LOTROs Treebeard Server honestly rocks: “The community is generally helpful and enjoyable. Most of the clans are in contact with each other, and the Treebeard discord helps keep a community alive. It gets quiet sometimes and of course we don’t have the live server population, but there’s always someone online and if you’re in a tribe there’s always company.

Galactic escapades has oh so many opinions too SWTOR’s galactic seasons: “I quite like the core system of Galactic Seasons, especially with most of the changes introduced with Season 2. It started out as very boring, but has since evolved into something that’s relatively easy to focus on without going overboard too much.”

Always the level.

MMO folklore took a look at the terminology behind MMO rogue servers: “Many of these servers have active communities on social platforms, have been featured on major gaming news sites, and present themselves in legitimate ways. They really are anything but private as they try to make as many old (and new) players aware of their existence as possible.”

indicator has a great time in Walheim: “Honestly, Valheims nice but. It can be tricky, but at the same time there are many things to do… and it just feels that way OSRS but modern and I like that very much. Working on running skills and jumping for no reason…it’s fun.”

blankTons of amazing, insightful, and unusual articles are published in the MMO gaming blogosphere every day – and every day Justin reads as many as he can. Global Chat is a selection of notable essays, rants and guides from the last few weeks of MMO discourse.

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