Im just going to point a few things. You know you praise Wow for doing all 3 right but you know Wow at release wasnt any better than this. Wow at release had 1 raid dungeon. Molton Core. Which was a horrible grind it mean you spent hours on trash, had to worry about keying all the raid members by doing stupid long involved quests etc. The rest of the content was at max level was just crap level 60 zones which which gave blue gear. Even the other "raid zones" like upper brs and Scholo only gave blue gear for rewards. Wow released in Nov of 2004, The next major update, a group zone was added in march 2005, 5 months later. June 7th they finally added battlegrounds, that was 8 months after release, after that the next raid instance came out in July12 for Blackwing lair. After that we got a small raid instance Zul'Gurub in September and another battleground. So for wows first year you got 1 new group instance. 2 raid dungeons and 3 battlegrounds. Now look at TERA. Tera started at a lvl 50 level cap. They then moved to 58 and then 60. The content from 50-58 plus all the dungeons in that range and the ones at 58 were all added. Then they added 2 more levels and more dungeons at 60. Beginning of July Korea is getting 3 new dungeons and there battlegrounds should be back. Little more than a year after the game released they have added this much content. I dont think TERA is doing badly at all. Your looking at a brand new company that has a limited amount of funding and a small staff and they are still managing to bring in regular content updates. I believe TERA can become a really good game as long as poeple just give them a chance to keep devolping for it. Just for the record I enjoyed playing Wow but I have enjoyed lots of mmos including games like Lineage 2, EQ and DAOC etc. I dont have a problem with taking a break from a game for a bit and playing something else if content becomes boring. Games will never make content as fast as players consume it as long as they have level caps in games.
Edited by: Sakubo
over 1 year ago