Muscular Beaver wrote on May 22, 2019, 20:45:
Razumen wrote on May 22, 2019, 20:26:Conan Exiles is called an MMO everywhere.
Muscular Beaver wrote on May 22, 2019, 20:19:
Razumen wrote on May 22, 2019, 20:15:Conan Exiles is called an MMO.
Muscular Beaver wrote on May 22, 2019, 20:06:
Razumen wrote on May 22, 2019, 20:04:When I played it in the Beta, it was an MMO. Pretty much like Conan Exiles.
wtf_man wrote on May 22, 2019, 19:59:
Uhh... isn't this an MMO?
Why would you limit your MMO client to one store?
What? No, it's an action/adventure, just like the first one.
You're mistaken, or don't know what an MMO is. Co-op doesn't make a game an MMO:
"Rune II is described as a “true sequel,” and is directly inspired by the original game, which launched in 2000 and spawned two follow-up titles, Halls of Valhalla and Viking Warlord. Building on the Norse setting of those games, Rune II will see players return to Midgard with new abilities granted by the gods, as well as open-world events, and a full story-driven campaign that you can experience either alone or in co-op."
And Rune Ragnarok played pretty much like it, minus the building.
I mean, Conan has some kind of story as well.
Conan Exiles isn't called a MMO either, not even by the devs:
"Conan Exiles can be played in full single-player, co-op, or persistent online multiplayer."
So what you're saying is a game that's not an MMO plays like another game that's not an MMO.
Ive played Rune 2.
Like the Steam Page? Wait, nope.
Like the Wikipedia page? Wait, nope.
Like the OFFICIAL Wiki? Wait, nope.
Like the OFFICIAL website? Wait, nope.
It's nice that you've played Rune 2, that still doesn't make it an MMO.