Revelation Online is adding New Sulan over the summer

    
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The latest producer’s letter for Revelation Online has a secret, and that secret is New Sulan. We know from the letter that it’s definitely planned to come out over the summer; that’s not a question. But almost everything else is shrouded in mystery and promises to “discuss it more as launch gets closer,” which will no doubt leaving players in awe about what is surely well-planned content designed to engage all.

We know that New Sulan is more than a visual makeover, as it will contain new mechanics and systems; we just don’t know what any of those mechanics or systems are. However, we’re also told that it will probably not be identical to the Chinese release of the content, which adds further mystery. But it’s new things for PvE players as well, so there’s plenty of reason to get excited even if you’re not yet altogether certain what you’re getting excited about.

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Triona Falconer

Has anyone played this game recently? I swore I would never play another Eastern port but this game looks so beautiful…

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Nick Smith

Triona… it honestly feels the same as every other Eastern port. It is pretty, as most are, but dang…. just as generic as everything else. The company also left a bad taste in my mouth when they shut down Cloud Pirates :(

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Triona Falconer

Thanks Nick, I’m bored, had a weak moment and saw “pretty” LOL Thanks for reigning me back in ;)

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Nick Smith

Welcome Triona! Glad I could help :)

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Minimalistway

The game is already beautiful, but the update is even better, this game deserve more attention from people, i hope the update bring more new players.

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Snax

After I saw the Assassin class mount which is a motorbike in a Wuxia game I lost all attention/interest I ever had. The first factor was wings and flying.

The game is cheap and sad.

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Minimalistway

What about Age of Wushu? for me it’s all about the world, i enjoy walking around and learning the systems of the games, not planning on playing any game for long so i’m not invested in them, i’m a tourist,.

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Snax

Age of Wushu is very sandbox-y and if you compare it to World of Warcraft it has almost nothing to do with it. If you have patience and are pumped to play it, you can learn it and enjoy it. It’s still developed and the devs plan to update the game to UE4.

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Nemui Byakko

Btw flying is very good. You can fly everywhere in beautiful seamless open world, on your own wings, no time limits (as in other games). Wings come in many types and sizes.
And it is NOT A WUXIA GAME. Not even slightly. It is more or less usual fantasy world, with elves, goblins etc. I also don’t like motorbikes there, but Asian fantasy games for some reason tend to have them :(

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Snax

I hate flying, because it takes away from the Mass Multiplayer Online feeling. This is the one thing that destroyed World of Warcraft for me – players can avoid world PvP and don’t need to learn the zone or avoid aggressive mobs, they just get on their mount and press W in a straight line to their destination. The only thing that separates it from cheap Asian MMOs is that it only lacks auto-pathing.

Revelation Online seems frankly unfinished. When I play MMORPGs I like to climb the edges of the map and see where I can go before I hit an invisible wall or something else. In RO I could easily climb to places I would think inaccessible and what I found was plain ground, with little to no elevation and no objects. Like they left it like this without giving a damn… And it’s not just one place, I managed to climb up to a couple of such places to the point where it got boring to explore the undedeveloped portions of the map, because they aren’t that inaccessible and it frankly kills the thrill. Even if My.Com didn’t pick the game up and was actually some reputable company like Blizzard, it would still be a cheap game with no substance. I played it for a few hours and had no inclination to go back to it. And I actually like Asian MMOs, but I would honestly play Heroes of Three Kingdoms again despite it being an outdated (in every aspect) P2W grindfest, I would play 9Dragons and Talisman Online over Revelation Online.