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WildStar

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WildStar is a fantasy and science fiction themed massively multiplayer online role-playing game. It was initially released as with paid subscription but in 2015 became free-to-play.

Setting

The game takes place on a planet Nexus. It used to be a home planet for powerful and technologically advanced ancient race Eldan. After an unsuccessful experiment to create an ultimate being, the whole race vanished. Centuries later, the planet became a point of interest for two rival fractions – huge space empire known as The Dominion and rebels Exiles. As a player, you have to join one of the factions and explore the planet of Nexus.

Gameplay

In WildStar you can choose between eight races, four for each faction, six classes and four paths. None of the races has any bonuses; however, some races cannot choose certain classes. Your playstyle depends on your class and path combination. The classes affect character’s stats and abilities; however, each class has its set of offensive abilities and can serve the role of a damage dealer. The paths effect on types of quests you can accept, give you special rewards and several unique abilities.
The combat system in WildStar is more action-based than in classic MMORPGs. Most of the attacks in the game have a certain range and can be evaded. Some of the game’s quests incorporate puzzles and platforming sequences.

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Carbine Studios
Publisher
NCsoft
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.wildstar-online.com/en/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows® XP SP3 (32-bit) or later
  • Processor: Intel® Pentium® Core2 Duo 2.4 GHz, AMD Phenom™ X3 2.3 GHz, or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce® 8800 GT, ATI® Radeon® HD 4850, or better
  • Storage: 30 GB available space
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows Vista® (64-bit) or later
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ i5 Quad Core 2.66GHz or better, AMD Phenom™ II X4 3GHz, or better
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 460, Radeon® HD 5830, or better
  • Storage: 30 GB available space
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Had bought me Wild star at that time to release and searched for Max Level within a few Days. The Game is a lot of Fun, very dynamic Combat System and really nothing for People who are not able to press W, A, S And D-that is, nix for Fashion Cripples. True, to Release Was wild star "Hardcore," the Game has been developed for a relatively small Audience-which became the Game after a few Months. Content-i.e. Dungeons-was already very difficult to add to the Way that one had to work out a Proof of fitness For the raids, which I love to call a Perfect Noob Filter. Many, really very many failed because of it and It came as it must-players jumped off and Carbine realized that the "Hardcore" Target group was not the best Solution, Casuals are today (unfortunately) a Basic Component of every game, It stands and falls with those. What has happened? Feeling, the Whole Game was turned around. There are no more 40-Man Raids but have been adapted to 20-Man. Game Mechanics are explained from Level 10 In an Extra Dungeon taught very nicely and illustrated With sleek challenge at the end, although many already fail there despite the extremely well explained Mechanics. The Craft System has also been redesigned: Green, Blue, Purple Gear. From Low Level to high Level 50. Very nice there it's Very worth the Crafting next to The Leveling very even! Quest Areas revised, which they are tracking has also become clearer. Challenges also have been revised and decorated with better Rewards. I can't list everything that has changed to Wildstar. The Free2Play Changeup has done the Game good. It is for me the fairest Concept that exists on the Market. Play is rewarded on two sides:-On the one hand you get Omnibits, so you can buy Items from the ECHTGELDSHOP for SPIELAUFWAND, YOU really don't have to invest a Penny in the Game because (now comes the second Point):-Players buy themselves in the spin for €16am Credds From the Store and sell this In-game for In-game currency, other Players can buy these Credds with In-game Currency and thus purchase a Monthly Subscription, which brings further Benefits. Super fun Combat System, Pets, Housing, Sophisticated Dungeons and raids, beautiful and easy-to-understand Crafting, Open-World events, season events, fun and beautiful game ambience and much more. I've always found Wildstar to be one of the best Mê on the market, unfortunately by initially Targeting the "Hardcore" Players, the Developers quickly found out why It failed but meanwhile Wildstar is beaming. So, swing to the Hoverboard and explore Nexus! Even if the Saying Is not from Wildstar: You don't know what to expect! (Attention Spoilers: Much but no Boredom;))
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