Land of the Dead

Posted: July 2, 2009 in Warhammer News

Welcome. Well, we are after Land of the Dead premiere and I’m really disappointed. That’s it? Few Tombs, repeatable PQs and 0 (ZERO) PvP! This is what they call the end game content after Lost Vale?! Damn this is sick joke! Now I’m almost sure that EA Mythic don’t know which way to go with Warhammer Online which is very sad. But I saw the light!

“EA is restructuring its RPG and MMO games development into a new group that includes both Mythic and BioWare. This newly formed team will be led by Ray Muzyka, co-founder and General Manager of BioWare. With this change, Ray becomes Group General Manager of the new  RPG/MMO studio group.” (warherald)

BioWare is far more experienced company then EA Mythic (sorry Mythic, but one title “Dark Age of Camelot” is almost nothing) and this can be really good for our dearest Warhammer Online, because I trust BioWare that they know for sure which way will be best for WAR.

I’m waiting for more, VALUABLE ENDGAME CONTENT in WAR!

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Comments
  1. anon says:

    The press release you quoted was a very polite “piss off Marc Jacobs, we’re taking mythic down”. Essentially Mythic just ceased to exist and the entire team was canabalized into Bioware.

    It’s almost the end of the road for DAoC which can only be blamed on poor leadership, it is still the best PVP/RVR game in the world, minus the stinking ToA junk of course.

    WAR will be closed soon too, 2 years maybe? DAoC maybe 1 year? More people pay to play Ultima Online than DAoC right now… EA has a knack for destroying good online games.

  2. Rakanishu says:

    I think WAR could be turned around. Maybe Bioware will really fix things up? Are people forgetting how lame Warcraft endgame content was after the initial release? Give WAR a bit more time as it took Blizzard years to get as much content as they have now.

  3. Aion Strategy Guide says:

    It doesn’t work correctly, Warhammer online needs the 3rd fraction like Aion Online has to balance play and mix things up.