Queue up? Since playing World of Warcraft in 2005, I have not queued up to play MMO. But earlier this week, I had to wait half an hour to enter the Amazon New World closed beta because there were more than 300 people in front of me at 3pm. I know this is the summer vacation of school, but it still is.
I'm surprised. I don't think MMO can cause such a sensation in 2021. I think battle royale like Fortnite has completely taken over. But last weekend there were more than 200,000 concurrent New World players. Maybe I was wrong. You can also feel this popularity in the game. Queue means full service, which means there are many people in the game, so towns are full of life, hunting locations are busy, and chats are noisy. The new world seems to be full of life, so there is a sense of excitement, feeling that this may be the next big thing.
Can I have it? I think it is not as broad and soothing as World of Warcraft, but I think it is causing a sensation now. An old school is being updated about a whole new world like Ultima Online. There is no conscious occupation, mainly PvP, mainly trumpet habits. If you know what you are doing, the glory of the new world is there. Hard players love it. New World Coins can bring you a more exciting experience.
In short: you won't hit the target in a new world like in other MMO games and then release the digital arpeggio. In fact, you should aim at them, hit them with arrows, spells or things like axes and spears, if you throw, you should actively stop them and escape. If you want to experience more exciting content in the new world, you can go to IGGM to buy RPG New World Coins.