Massively Multiplayer games or MMOS are pretty addictive. They can soak up all your time without you even knowing it. So you should eschew from it if you don't know what you are getting yourself into. On the other hand, if you are a hardcore gamer who doesn't mind spending a couple of hours in a particular game every time you boot up your PC, MMOs might be your thing. Some people argue that there is no time boundation to play any game, be it MMO or another game, but I disagree. MMOs are pretty different when it comes to the genre of gaming. They are built with long term gameplay in mind. That's why some people play an MMO game for years without ever getting tired of it. Now let's take a look at some of the MMOs that are coming out in 2015 or supposed to come out in 2015.
Black desert not only looks beautiful, its gameplay is also as authentic as it gets. If you have not played it yet, you should give the beta a go. Everything from character creation, to the prologue to the main gameplay, is carefully woven into one cohesive package that makes it feel as if we are playing a single player game. And there are not many MMOs that are comparable with single-player game. This says a lot about a game which has not even been released yet. Only the beta is available and it's available for free. If you have not tried it yet, you should give it a go, it's not going to cost you anything.
Admittedly, I am not that excited for this game as first person shooters have not been my forte, but a lot of people seem to be excited, so I figured that this steampunk first person shooter must be included in this list for the fans of first person shooters who love playing with their friends and families. If we are lucky, they will show some footage from this game at E3. Let's just hope that we are going to get to play this game as well. Let's see what they have in store for us at this year's E3, once of the biggest gaming conventions of the year. I for one am really excited to see what they have to offer.
There is a lot of negative vibe going around this game as some people are saying that it's only a cash grab, but ignore them if possible. If you loved DayZ, you will love this even more. People just need a target to criticize for no reason. I am not saying that they are not entitled for their opinion, but whooping 0 out of 10 for no reason is not a freedom of expression of opinion, it's just abusing it. Don't judge this game based on its looks as it's not about graphics, but about gameplay. Love it or hate it, there are tons of people who are playing the open beta and there will be tons more when this game will finally launch this year.
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This game is still in early beta, so we could safely say that this game is going to launch sometime this year after coming out of development purgatory for nearly 4 years. Yes, it's been nearly 4 years since this game was announced as a standalone games. Can you believe it? It's been a long time, but the developer Dean Hall is making sure that he is not going to leave any stone unturned. His penchant with perfection is why this game is coming so late. Nevertheless, we now know that this game is coming and if you have played the beta of this game, you already know that it not only looks beautiful on the screen, but it plays just as good too. This is something not common in Multiplayer only games where graphics are normally degraded intentionally so that more people can play the game. This game is an exception though. They don't care about how many people are going to buy their games. They just want to deliver upon an awesome game that has been in development since god knows when. It's about time it gets to see the light of the day.