Anyone playing? How is it? I’m asking for two reasons. First, they are promising something very interesting to me:
A Fantasy Sandbox
The world of Pathfinder Online is highly persistent. You will make meaningful impacts on the world as you build structures, create a economy of player character crafted goods, and struggle for territorial control.
But mostly this (emphasis mine.):
A Player Driven Economy
With the exception of some low-level gear for new players all the equipment, supplies, building materials, and consumables in the game will be created by player characters from resources they harvest and exchanged via in game markets. Characters will have to arrange to transport their raw materials, intermediate processed components, and finished goods to crafting facilities and then to active markets.
I played “ArcheAge”, gimme that but better. But can they do it? Yes, I know it’s not finished, but maybe there are glimpses of what that game can be (“Everquest Next”, I hope).
Second is more Waypoint related. How’s community? How’s low TTRS (Time To Racial Slur) in chat? Ganking? Griefing? You know, that “fun” stuff that can destroy any enjoyment of a game. Maybe there are already Waypointers there, or we can start a community. If the game worth it, of course.
Maybe you never played yourself, but encountered good video series about it, that’s good too.
And I’m asking now, because you can get some sort of early access for a low price of one US dollar on Humble Bundle.
So, yeah, I’m full of questions :)