xiilieaxz-DN Posted August 23, 2018 Share Posted August 23, 2018 5 years ago, when I started playing Aion, I was amazed by how detailed the world was, by the lore and side stories. It was truly a masterpiece. From Poeta to Verteron to Eltnen to Heiron to Theobomos to Inggison, Sarpan, Tiamaranta. So many massive, content-filled maps with so much stories and quests to explore. I never would have imagined this beautiful game would be destroyed by its own developers. Or rather, by its new developers. It's like the current developers are saying a big FU to its original developers who spent so much time designing the game so intricately. Instead of getting more content each patch, we get less content now. My once favorite game is now getting chipped off chunk by chunk until there's almost nothing left. Challenging and interesting campaign quests were watered down and replaced with boring and repetitive kill-and-complete quests. The game tries to shove you into one boring map as quick as possible now, trying to burn you out asap with repetitive PvP and farming that greets you at end game. Fast Track server is dead because nobody is leveling anymore, as well as friendly group content like Steel Rake where newbies were welcomed, because there is no reason to do them anymore after they removed them from the campaign. Overpowered gear is given for free. There is no joy in getting new gear anymore, not even Fabled gear from instances. And now the developers have gone completely mad, deleting half the game so we can't even play the original amazing game anymore. It's like they are being jealous that people are playing content they didn't design. Aion was pretty much gone for me when they deleted 2 entire expansions. Can you imagine, a game ending up with less content compared with 5 years ago? Now the game will be truly dead for me once 6.0 hits, or rather, minus 6.0. Rest in pieces, Aion, the favorite game I thought you were. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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