Will New World’s performance on PC be amazing?
The years of Amazon gaming have been difficult. Although established in 2014, the studio only released one PC game (Crucible), and the company’s production budget seems to be supported by the resources of its parent company. Now, the first full version of the studio has finally arrived. This is a MMORPG called New World focused on production and PvP. As an MMO, New World, priced at $39.99, relies heavily on its full-map PvP and faction wars to fill the void left by its monotonous mission structure and flat story.
Fortunately, the New World battles represent some of the best moves we have seen in the genre, making ordinary tasks more attractive and challenging. New World did better than any other MMO before it, but it also found itself stuck in about 12 other puzzling design decisions that came directly from 2002. As a publisher, the legality of Amazon’s games has been questioned from the beginning. The wider gaming crowd sees it as another tool in the long-term that Jeff Bezos believes he can use to buy profitable parts of the economy. Of course, true innovation is not so easy to buy. This is the lesson that Amazon Games has learned from Crucible’s failure. They ridiculed it as a dull, formulaic shooter, adding nothing new or exciting to the genre. Now Amazon Games Orange County hopes to change this statement and develop an MMO that contains many new ideas about how combat and PvP should work in this genre.
However, combat is only one of many aspects that determine the success of such games. It is the sum of all the different parts working in a wonderful concert, thus creating a once-in-a-lifetime MMO, such as Everquest or World of Warcraft. Heroic attempts like Wildstar learned from the painful lessons.
If players hope to get outstanding achievements in the upcoming New World, it is very necessary and helpful to purchase sufficient New World Coins in advance. I wish them a pleasant gaming experience!
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