In this post I talked about the mmorpgs that I have already try out, but there are two that I have my eye on, but both are dependent on subscriptions and for now I will play the free versions that are available. One of them i has already tried and enjoyed the game despite the limitations.
The MMORPG’s I am talking about are World of Warcraft (which I have already try out) and Final Fantasy 14.
On World of Warcraft I have in my possession the base game and the expansions that came out before the Legion. I have not yet activated the game because if you do it the free month they offer will count even on the days i am not playing and unfortunately I have no buget to pay for the game subscription.
I want to play it again. I have already created 6 characters in order to explore each class (moving to the next class once the maximum level is reached) depending on the race and the game world.
While in Final Fantasy 14 at the time I wanted to try it, they only had a 7 or 14 day trial, but now from what I read, the player can play at to level 60 where he can do Quests all at Heavensward, with some restrictions. I was always very curious to experiment and see what the world is like in Final Fantasy online.
I will add World of Warcraft and Final Fantasy 14 to the “MMORPG’s Day” event. I have no interest in subscribing in any way to the games, when I reach the allowed levels of the games, since I have other MMORPG’s that I paid for them and I am still learning the game mechanics of each one of them.
Recently when I watched Asmongold’s stream, he was playing the old version of Runescape. Despite the outdated graphics I found the game interesting. For what i see it is necessary to evolve the various skills that the game offers in order to progress in the game. I don’t know the game at all in terms of history, quest and mechanics itself. Eventually I will try the game but not for now.