WOW or TEO subscription renew ? pls help

#1 Posted by Vanine_28 (518 posts) -

Hey guys, I'm in a real pickle here trying to decide what MMO subscription I should renew. Warcraft or The Elder Scrolls Online.

I love my wow PVP but I here TEO PVP is really fun to.

Any help?

#2 Posted by Ish_basic (3998 posts) -

when last I played ESO it was just DAoC style PvP, which is fun. Problem with it is the same as with GW2, though, in that it is largely about the zerg rather than individual player or guild efforts. In fact ESO and GW2 WvW pvp is very similar though they boast their own strengths and weaknesses. But unlike GW2, there was no sPvP option for smaller team play. But, i mean, ESO's PvP style is definitely a lot of fun and it's easy to lose track of time while playing. You have to try it at least once if you haven't already (i.e., if you haven't played DAoC or GW2 yet).

#3 Posted by brodelin (543 posts) -

Have you tried Wildstar? Imo its really great but unfortunatley I dont have the time to invest to the endgame progression.

If you play MMOs for pvp only then Wildstar isn't probably for you though (its kind of imbalanced until the next big update next month).

#4 Posted by Vanine_28 (518 posts) -

@brodelin said:

Have you tried Wildstar? Imo its really great but unfortunatley I dont have the time to invest to the endgame progression.

If you play MMOs for pvp only then Wildstar isn't probably for you though (its kind of imbalanced until the next big update next month).

Thanks for the suggestion bud, I have been watching some live streams of WildStar for the past few days. It looks like a lot of fun but I can see what you mean about the pvp.

#5 Edited by Behardy24 (3059 posts) -

I say keep the Warcraft train going!

#6 Posted by Krelian-co (10368 posts) -

gw2 or ff xiv, stop playing crappy mmorpgs

#7 Posted by SovietsUnited (1909 posts) -

I think there will be a great stat and PVP rebalance for Warlords of Draenor, so it could be a great time to come back to WoW; not sure about it tho, give it some research.