The past 12 months have been a roller coaster of new World issues. From hurricanes to mass shootings, these events are putting people’s lives in danger and keeping them on their toes for the foreseeable future. Are you losing enthusiasm to play?
We were chatting the other day in work chat about how all New World had to accomplish this year was debut in a competent condition, free of things like widespread duping problems and frequent troubles. Unfortunately, it was not to be; it seems like every week there’s a new duping issue, gold bug, chat window bug, or other game-breaking fault, making you question why the game was delayed in the first place if it still can’t handle the apparently minor task of operating correctly. Seriously, this does not seem to be a major challenge in the game!
Nonetheless, I must acknowledge that I am on the outside looking in. I know the game has fans (which I appreciate), and although I’m sure some of them have left due to the aforementioned weekly stream of game-crashing exploits, I’m sure others are still having a great time with it. Heck, I hope everyone is having a blast in the game! So let’s ask a question about it. Do the problems in the New World make you want to play less? Is your continuous participation (or lack thereof) in the game unaffected by the many flaws and exploits?
Every morning, the Massively Overpowered authors join up with mascot Mo to pose probing questions to MMORPG players regarding the genre of massively multiplayer online roleplaying games. Grab a cup of your favorite beverage and try your hand at answering today’s Daily Grind question!