jdreyer wrote on Dec 8, 2020, 14:15:
Wow, so people are still playing WoW?
Yep. The wife wanted to see the new content, so we're both back in.
Currently, it feels like there's not much to do once you finish the main storyline. In THAT regard, the story is the most cohesive they've ever done. The downside is that there's no variation to it as you replay it for each character. Yes, you can skip it if you want, but then you have to level your character through extremely repetitive daily quests, which are limited in number and far slower than blowing through the campaign again.
The artwork is top notch, although they went a ways overboard in the third zone, Ardenweald. It's absolutely gorgeous, but it'll bring most machines to their knees from any high vantage point, when no other zone is even HALF the work to render. It may also just be the 16-year-old game engine hitting some intrinsic limits.
I'm finding I'm spending as much time in the previous expansion's content, which we only saw the first part of and then we quit playing for a couple years.
I'm glad for it; I'll be waiting until I can get a 3080 before getting into Cyberpunk, so it'll keep me distracted until then.