The Daily Grind: Do you have any MMO resolutions for 2019?

    
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So here we are in 2019. It looks a lot like 2018, really. But it’s a new year, and this is usually the point when the resolutions that looked so realistic when you were at least mildly tipsy on December 31st are getting filtered through the harsh light of January 1st. The grace period on resolutions is over now. Did you make any related to MMOs?

I’ve made more than my share over the years, but this year my big resolution is more about finding the space to do more productive things with my time in games. While my plans for 2018 were derailed in large part during the year, I’d like to keep 2019 pretty active, and so I want to be better about picking out when I’m doing something in a game and when I’m just spinning my wheels. If I’m not doing something in Final Fantasy XIV, there’s other stuff I could be spending my time on.

What about you, dear readers? Do you have any MMO resolutions for 2019?

Every morning, the Massively Overpowered writers team up with mascot Mo to ask MMORPG players pointed questions about the massively multiplayer online roleplaying genre. Grab a mug of your preferred beverage and take a stab at answering the question posed in today’s Daily Grind!
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Play only one. All year.

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PhoenixDfire

Probably to give Star Citizen a try with an open mind.
Get the Smuggler Storyline complete in SWTOR
Try to get more than 10 Hours into NMS.

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hurbster

To dance in Southshore once again.

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Maggie May

Get over my enormous fear of voice chat and do some group content. I am literally terrified of speaking on discord or any other voicechat platform.

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NeoWolf

Find an MMO that gives me butterflies in my stomach to play again.. I miss the excitement of an appealing MMO.

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Reht

Not to get roped back into any of the old MMOs i have quit, mainly EQ1 and WoW, during the lull between now and Division 2 (please game gods don’t let it suck at launch) and WoW Classic.

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rafael12104

I have high hopes for D2 and Ubisoft.

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Oleg Chebeneev

Probably wont play much this year since I have lots of RL plans and things to do. Especially since I grew abit bored with Project Ascension which ate most of my MMO time last year.
But if Lost Ark gets launched in Russia, Im definetly jumping in.

There is one game release that is coming this month and that Im really excited for. Enderal: Forgotten Stories. Everyone who likes open world RPGs should be aware of it, since its really really good.
https://store.steampowered.com/app/933480/Enderal/

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Bruno Brito

A needed vga board. Get my 50 Commando to 90 on SWG:L, and my 30 Mystic to whatever level is fun in EQ2. Draw more. Start my illustration course on a small school here.

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PanagiotisLial1

I tried a while ago(I think 1 and half year ago) to play EQ2 but while overall, despite showing its age – especially in quest dialogues etc, it looked good and crafting/questing was fun i couldnt get into it for a long time cause its hard to find people to play with. Even joining a guild didnt help much. That said it still is a very interesting game

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Shadex De'Marr

To stop blindly supporting kickstarters and pre-orders but rather to wait until the product is completed, released, and has been thoroughly vetted. Also, to never make cash shop purchases for subscription games ever and for F2P games never exceeding $15 a month total. I personally believe that the industry has slid too far from quality finished products and in the end it will only be us consumers that are able to put it back in line.

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Hirku

To play less during the week so I can put more time and energy into other things. Weekend binges are not only still allowed, they’re now mandatory.