New expansion details are in for Path of Exile, 2v2 fighter Rise of Incarnates announces its closed beta, Neverwinter is headed to the Xbox One, Snail Games shows off a new third-person martial arts MOBA and much more on this week’s episode of the F2P Weekly!

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Michael Dunaway has been part of the MMOBomb team for years and has covered practically every major Free-to-Play title since 2009. In addition to contributing First Look videos and news articles, Michael also serves as the Community Manager for the upcoming MMORPG, Skyforge.

5 COMMENTS

  1. I like multiclasssystems. I hate to always create new characters and doing the same quests over and over again. It also gives you more to do if you can level several classes with one character. I mean it shouldn’t be that hard for a warrior to pick up a bow and be a hunter for example.

    • Yea I agree. I think you should be able to do everything with one character. I still think you should have to put in the work to master them of course, but the option should be there. Allods was a solid mmo until they got greedy and most of their player base quit. They later remedied the problem but it was too late. I expect skyforge to be a well polished mmo, though, based on Allods.

  2. please close this games… except Path of Exile ofc. the rest why do u guys even bring news about them dont u see no one cares acout chinise & japanese mmos and mobas anymore, they just suck.

    • It’s not about chinese, japanese or whatever. The entire videogame industry it’s becoming worse as the years go on, there’s still the ocasional “jewel” but generally speaking it’s like a joke in comparison to 10+ years ago.
      Take as an example movies, anime and other entertaintment media like that, the more time it’s been out there for the people to enjoy, the worse it got.

      • Because we’ve been more exposed to it. Also, since it’s become a ‘good’ investment, a lot of unexperienced companies try to compete with what’s already on the market.

        I guess innovation is hard. What fails every time is the communication between the company and the community’s suggestions.

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